Iran’s FM calls for bolstering world peace

Hossein Amirabdollahian, Iran’s foreign minister, has called for key initiatives to bolster world peace, stability, and security, adding that the Islamic Republic of Iran is prepared to work with the Group of Twenty (G20).

IRNA (IMNA) - On Thursday evening Webinar Meeting of Foreign Ministers under the title of "The Voice of the South", Amirabdollahian outlined the Islamic Republic of Iran's stance on significant global problems as well as the prominent role of southern nations in the international arena.

Amirabdollahian claimed that in addition to the possibility of COVID-19 returning, conflict, war, and terrorism, underdevelopment as well as the effects of poverty and economic inequality, and at the same time, the conditions of stagnation and inflation, the world is currently dealing with multi-layered and complex crises, while a number of countries are working on their own unilateral interests rather than collaborating to solve global problems and crises.

He stated that certain nations attempt to exert pressure on some independent states and push for multilateralism by meddling with the international financial and economic institutions and enacting repressive and unilateral measures.

Amirabdollahian highlighted the Islamic Republic of Iran's willingness to work with the G20 and called for concrete measures to improve international peace, stability, and security.

Iranian Foreign Minister emphasized that the Islamic Republic of Iran does not submit to threats, outside pressure, or coercion when referring to its inalienable right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy. He also said that diplomacy and negotiations are the best ways to communicate with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

India, Armenia, Oman, the Maldives, Panama, Jamaica, Kenya, El Salvador, Georgia, Uganda, Tunisia, and the Dominican Republic were among the nations represented by foreign ministers who spoke during the webinar.

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