TEHRAN (Press Shia Agency) – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will travel to Moscow tonight for talks with senior Russian authorities, Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Sunday.
Speaking to reporters on Sunday, Abbas Mousavi said Zarif will travel to Moscow as part of the “constant consultations” between Iran and top Russian officials.
A broad range of issues will be discussed during Zarif’s trip to Moscow, including the bilateral relations between Iran and Russia and the latest international developments, he added.
The spokesman further noted that the top Iranian diplomat has also been invited to participate in an extraordinary meeting of the United Nations marking the 75th anniversary of foundation of the international organization.
If granted visa, Zarif will attend the upcoming event in New York, to be held by the UN Security Council for talks on the UN Charter, Mousavi added.
The spokesperson described the UN meeting as a perfect opportunity for debates about the US government’s acts of unilateralism and the need for multilateralism, which has been enshrined in the UN Charter.