Bagheri Kani, who is also Iran's chief negotiator, said in a post on his Twitter account on Tuesday that he had held talks and exchanged views on “a range of issues” with his British, French and German counterparts in the emirate capital of Abu Dhabi.
"Following diplomatic consultations with regional and extra-regional parties, we met with our German, French and English counterparts in Abu Dhabi and discussed a range of issues and mutual concerns," the senior diplomat wrote in a Persian-language post.
Earlier in the day, Bagheri Kani announced in another tweet that he had traveled to the UAE to discuss expanding bilateral cooperation and reviewing regional issues with the Emirati officials.
"In the framework of strengthening the neighborhood policy and in line with the continuation of political consultations with the neighbors, I traveled to the United Arab Emirates to discuss the promotion of bilateral cooperation and review regional issues with the officials of this country," he said.
Bagheri Kani added that he also had held detailed talks with visiting Minister of State of the United Arab Emirates Khalifa Shaheen Al Marar two weeks a go in Tehran.
Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kan'ani said Tehran has never abandoned diplomatic efforts to remove the cruel sanctions that were imposed on the country after the US withdrew from the nuclear deal.
“Iran’s government has never left the negotiation table and has shown its readiness to conduct serious and substantive negotiations in order to reach a conclusion,” he said.
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