Iran’s foreign minister says the future outlook of the war-torn Yemen must be determined by the country’s own people through talks among all Yemeni groups.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian made the remarks in a Monday meeting with Mohammed Abdulsalam, who is the chief negotiator of Yemen’s National Salvation Government, in the Omani capital of Muscat.
He expressed regret over the continuation of the war imposed on the Yemeni people and stressed the need for an end to the country’s siege and war.
The top Iranian diplomat said current problems in Yemen should be settled through diplomatic channels in cooperation with all Yemenis, adding that the country’s political future can be determined only through intra-Yemeni talks.
Abdulsalam, for his part, extended his condolences to the Iranian government and people over the passing away of Iran’s Ambassador to Sana’a Hassan Irloo due to COVID-19 infection.
He hailed Iran’s support for the Yemeni people…