News.az: Iran's Foreign Ministry calls for good relations with Azerbaijan

Iran and Azerbaijan have good relations in various areas that need to be developed.

 

The statement came from Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast, 1news reports referring to the Iranian Embassy.

Mehmanparast also addressed the issue of the upcoming presidential elections in Azerbaijan.

"Holding the presidential elections in Azerbaijan is an indicator of the role of the Azerbaijani people in the government of their country. We hope that the people of Azerbaijan will take an active part in these elections," he said, adding that Iran wants good relations with its neighbours.

Mehmanparast also addressed the issue of the so-called "anti-Iranian movements" in Azerbaijan.

"We consider these phenomena a provocation and urge officials of both countries to make joint efforts to prevent damage to the good relations between our countries," he said.

News.Az

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