Riyadh plans to upgrade talks from security to political level: Iranian FM
Amir-Abdollahian also announced that Kuwait and the UAE plan to send their ambassadors to Tehran in the near future
By News Desk - July 22 2022

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Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian revealed on 21 July that, according to information from Iraq’s foreign minister, Riyadh is ready to move on with “talks from the security level to the political level.”

On the same day, Amir-Abdollahian announced that Kuwait and the UAE plan to send ambassadors to Tehran soon.

Last week, Anwar Gargash, adviser to the Diplomatic Affairs of the UAE President, also revealed that Abu Dhabi is in the process of sending an ambassador to Tehran.

Amir-Abdollahian went to say that Tehran has informed Riyadh of its commitment toward political dialogue and the restoration of bilateral relations between the two states.

Last week, leaders from various Arab Gulf states, including Jordan, Iraq, Egypt, and President Joe Biden gathered at the Jeddah Security and Development Summit in Saudi Arabia on 16 July.

“The United States is invested in building a positive future of the region, in partnership with all of you – and the United States is not going anywhere,” Biden said at the time.

Soon after President Biden visited the region, he left with dashed hopes of establishing military alliances and normalization deals between several Arab states and Israel.

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