Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian is expected to visit Iraq on Thursday as a starting point for his regional tour on Palestine, Iran Nuances has learned.
Amirabdollahian will also pay an important visit to Lebanon in the tour. Iranian ambassador to Beirut Mojtaba Amani confirmed the visit to Lebanon.
The visit comes amid the heightened attention of the media and diplomatic officials to the developments in Palestine, especially in Gaza, in the past few days and hours.
On Wednesday, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi had his first phone conversation with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in which they discussed the situation in Palestine, including Gaza.
Iran’s foreign minister has also been in contact with his counterparts and various political officials in the region and beyond.
Iran Nuances also learned that preparations are underway for more trips by Iran’s foreign minister to some other regional countries.
Iran has been pursuing the agenda of Islamic unity in supporting the Palestinian people, stopping Israeli attacks on Gaza, sending humanitarian and emergency aid to Gaza, and holding an extraordinary meeting of the foreign ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.