Syria issue highlighted at Munich Security Conference

By REUTERS
February 13, 2016 10:37

 
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The Syrian issue was the top priority on the first day of the 52nd Munich Security Conference (MSC) that opened on Friday.

European Union (EU) foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini and Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reiterated their represented stances on solving the Syrian crisis.

Mogherini hoped the Gulf countries can improve relations, strengthen regional cooperation and make concerted efforts to solve the Syrian crisis.

Zarif said Iran is willing to restore relations with Saudi Arabia. He said Iran and Saudi Arabia share common interests in combating Islamic terrorism and rebuilding peace in Syria.

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