The Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian held separate phone calls with his Iraqi and Omani counterparts on Saturday evening to discuss the ongoing Zionist regime genocide in the Gaza Strip in Palestine.
Amir-Abdollahian held a telephone conversation with Seyyed Badr Albusaidi, foreign minister of the Sultanate of Oman and the two sides discussed the current developments in Palestine.
The two sides emphasized the ways to immediately stop the killing of the Palestinian people, especially women and children, the immediate lifting of the blockade on the Gaza Strip and the sending of humanitarian aid including fuel, food, medicine and medical equipment, as well as the firm opposition to the policy of forced displacement of the Palestinian residents of the Gaza Strip.
In their talks, Amir-Abdollahian and Albusaidi called the humanitarian situation in Gaza deplorable and stressed increasing the efforts of Islamic countries and greater synergy to stop the Zionist regime's war crimes against the oppressed people of Gaza.
Amir Abdollahian also held a phone conversation Fuaad Hussein, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq to discuss the current developments in Palestine and the genocide in Gaza.
Iran's foreign minister referred to the latest diplomatic efforts and consultations on the part of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and considered the continuation of the war crimes of the Zionist regime and the mass killing of civilians, especially women and children, and the extensive military support of the United States to the aggressor Zionist regime as the main reason for the escalation of the current crisis in the region. He also considered the spread of the war as completely inevitable in the wake of the escalation of the war by the United States against the civilians of Gaza.
The Iraqi Foreign Minister, for his aprt emphasized the need for coherent and coordinated action by Islamic countries to support the Palestinian people, stop attacks and prevent the spread of war.