Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: According to the domestic media of Iran, Iran's Foreign Minister Hussain Amir Abdullahian met with Qatar's Foreign Minister Mohammad bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani and discussed the current situation in Afghanistan.
In this meeting, Amir Abdullahian said: We established a level of relations with the ruling body of Afghanistan, but we emphasize the necessity of forming an inclusive government, because the formation of such a government is a necessity for stability, peace and development in this country.
Mr. Abdullahian also said that Iran is ready to provide facilities for the reopening and prosperous activity of schools and universities in the service of Afghan women and girls in coordination with the Afghan government.
Referring to the tensions in Palestine, Iran's foreign minister has also said that the unprecedented wave of actions of the Zionist regime in Palestine in recent days has resulted in the martyrdom of more than 31 Palestinians.
He added that this is unfortunate for Islamic countries, where more than 230 Palestinians were martyred by occupying criminals last year, and no appropriate action was taken.
It should be remembered that Hassan Kazemi Qomi, Iran's ambassador and special representative for Afghanistan, emphasized cooperation and interaction with the Islamic Emirate.