Tehran, May 4, IRNA - Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki conferred with United Nations Secretary General (UNSG) Ban Ki-Moon and British Foreign Minister Margaret Beckett on the latest developments in Iraq as well as regional and international issues.
The meetings took place separately on the sidelines of Sharm el-Sheikh meeting in Egypt which ends on Friday.
Pointing to the constructive role of Iran in Iraq, Mottaki in his talks with UNSG, said," Iran permanently pursues a logical position towards the government and nation of Iraq based on responsibility and good neighborhood."
Ban Ki-Moon referring to the prominent role of Iran in the regional developments, stressed on the realization of stability in Iraq and Lebanon.
He also assessed Iran's role as efficient and constructive.
Meanwhile British Foreign Minister Margaret Beckett and Mottaki in their visit on the sidelines of the Sharm el-Sheikh meeting, considered bilateral ties.
Evaluating the trend of bilateral developments, Iran and Britain's foreign ministers stressed on the strengthening of the constructive grounds of the mutual ties.
Mottaki, Zebari talk on matters of mutual concern
The visiting Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and his Iranian counterpart Manouchehr Mottaki in a meeting here Wednesday discussed matters of mutual concern.
Details of Mottaki-Zebari talks have not yet been declared.
However, during his two-day visit to Tehran, Zebari aims to exchange views with Iranian officials about bilateral relations and also encourage Iran to attend the forthcoming meeting of Iraq's neighboring states in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh.
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