The foreign ministers of Iran and Denmark discussed ways to strengthen relations between the two countries in various fields.
In a telephone conversation on Sunday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian and his Danish counterpart Lars Lokke Rasmussen talked about plans to promote cooperation between Tehran and Copenhagen.
Describing the historic bilateral relations as a precious asset to the two nations, Amirabdollahian stressed the need to proceed with regular consultations to expand the ties.
Reiterating Iran’s opposition to war in Ukraine, the foreign minister called for political solution to the crisis.
Iran believes that arming any warring party in Ukraine will escalate tensions and impair stability in the region, Amirabdollahian stated.
For his part, Rasmussen hailed Denmark’s historical relations with Iran, highlighted the significance of dialogue with Iran, and emphasized the importance of initiatives for closer bilateral relations in various fields.
The two foreign ministers also talked about plans to establish a mechanism to strengthen political and consular consultations between Iran and Denmark.