Qatar’s Emir will visit Iran soon, Iran’s Foreign Ministry representative, Saeed Khatibzadeh, affirmed on Monday during a news gathering, and Reuters reports.
“The visit of the Emir of Qatar to Tehran is on the plan and incorporates reciprocal, territorial, and global issues. After this excursion, Iran’s President will go to a Gulf country,” Khatibzadeh said.
Referring to a source, Reuters wrote about Sunday that Emir Sheik Tamim receptacle Hamad Al-Thani will visit Iran prior to heading out to Germany, Britain, and other European states to examine endeavors to restore Iran’s 2015 atomic arrangement and energy security in Europe.
The source added the Emir’s excursion pointed toward carrying gatherings to the Iran atomic agreement to “another center ground”. This follows a stalemate in aberrant Iran-US talks over Tehran’s demand that Washington eliminates the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, its tip-top security force, from the US Foreign Terrorist Organization list.
Qatar’s Emir last visited Iran in January 2020 to lessen strains among Tehran and Washington following the killing of top Revolutionary Guard Commander, Qassem Soleimani, by the United States while on a visit to Iraq.
Iranian state media likewise revealed the Emir’s excursion was intended to circle back to a few reciprocal memoranda of understanding endorsed during Iran’s President, Ebrahim Raisi’s visit to Doha in February.