Iran, Hungary Urge For Refrainment From Tension Escalation In West Asia

(MENAFN- Nam News Network) TEHRAN, Jul 6 (NNN-IRNA) – Iran and Hungary, yesterday, highlighted the necessity to refrain from the escalation of tension in the West Asia region.

In a phone call, Iranian Caretaker Foreign Minister, Ali Bagheri Kani, and Hungarian Foreign Minister, Peter Szijjarto, exchanged views on regional issues of common interest and bilateral ties, according to a statement released by the Iranian Foreign Ministry.

Bagheri Kani stressed the need to enhance stability and refrain from the escalation of tension in West Asia, noting that, the continuation of Israeli“crimes” against Palestinians and the recent escalations between Israel and Lebanon had placed the region in a new situation.

He warned that, any new move to cause further tension in the region would definitely work to the detriment of the“warmongers.”

Pointing to bilateral ties, Bagheri Kani said, Iran and Hungary had always had good relations with each other, and the ties had been reflecting a positive and growing trend.

The Hungarian foreign minister, for his part, underscored the need to step up efforts to prevent the intensification of the conflicts in the region.

He underlined the importance of diplomacy in bilateral relations and the international arena, welcoming the strengthening of bilateral ties with Iran.

The Zionist army has been waging a large-scale offensive on Gaza since Oct 7, last year.

The Palestinian death toll from the ongoing Zionist attacks in the enclave has risen to 38,011, with 87,445 people injured, as updated by the health authorities in Gaza on Thursday.


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