Muscat: A session of talks was held on Wednesday between the governments of the Sultanate and the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The Omani side was headed by Sayyid Badr Hamad al Busaidi, Foreign Minister whilst the Iranian side was led by Dr Mohammad Javad Zarif, Foreign Minister.
The talks touched on the relations of bilateral cooperation between the two friendly countries.
The talks reaffirmed the joint keenness to promote cooperation in various spheres.
The two sides exchanged views on a range of regional and international issues of common concern.
The two sides also asserted respecting the principal of non-interference on internal affairs of countries, the UN Charter and the international system based on law, equality and justice, as well as backing endeavours of achieving security and stability.
The two sides also underscored the importance of resolving issues and disputes by peaceful means and through dialogue between different parties to realize international peace and harmony.
Further, the two sides also stressed the importance of continuing consultations and exchanging views between them on different regional and international issues and developments, the foremost of which the Covid-19 pandemic worldwide. The two countries’ ministers also underlined the importance of the bilateral and multilateral cooperation, exchanging relevant expertise and information, in addition to enhancing efforts to stem the pandemic.
The talks’ session was attended by officials from both countries.