Iran is ready to hold consultations with Azerbaijani and Armenian officials to help them, as two parties to the conflict, resolve their differences peacefully, said Foreign Minister Amir Hossein Amirabdollahian during a meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart Jeyhun Bayramov on the margins of the UNGA in New York.
During the meeting, the sides discussed and exchanged views on the latest developments in bilateral relations and the Caucasus region, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said. The Iranian Foreign Minister described the mutual visits and agreements between the two countries over the past year as positive and progressive.
He noted some reports and evidence of changes in the Caucasus region, reiterating the Islamic Republic of Iran's clear position of open and resolute opposition to any changes in the geopolitical map and borders of the region.
He added that the Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to hold consultations with officials of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Armenia to help them, as two parties to the conflict, resolve their differences peacefully.
During the meeting, the Azerbaijani Foreign Minister also reiterated the existing problems in bilateral relations and stressed the importance of mutual consultation and cooperation.
He rejected claims of geopolitical changes in the region and noted that his country seeks to resolve its "territorial and border disputes with Armenia through regional cooperation.