Deputy foreign minister for Arab and African Affairs and Russian president's special representative for the Middle East affairs discussed regional developments, including the situation in Syria, Yemen and Libya over the phone on Friday, Irna reported.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and Mikhail Bogdanov in their conversation supported the Geneva talks on Yemen and underlined the necessity of ceasing military attacks, prompt establishment of ceasefire and sending of humanitarian aids to all over Yemen.
Considering the deteriorated situation and catastrophic human situation in Yemen, the two sides underlined that political tactics, dialogue without pre-conditions and paying attention to the result of Yemeni-Yemeni talks are the prereqisites for resolving the crisis in Yemen.
They also underlined the United Nations' role in finding a political solution for Yemen crisis.
Amir-Abdollahian and Bogdanov also consulted on the latest developments in Syria and Libya and underlined the necessity of initinternational effective act in fight against terrorism and departure of the region from crisis.
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