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Iran has always emphasized that the entry of foreign military into the South Caucasus does not contribute to peace, stability, and security and securing the interests of the regional countries. This was announced in his weekly presser on Monday, by Nasser Kanaani, the spokesman of the Iranian foreign ministry, reports Mehr News Agency.

Security in the South Caucasus is one of the important priorities of Iran's foreign ministry and other relevant bodies, and this issue affects the security of the region, he noted.

Kanaani stated that Iran's strategy is to conduct negotiations and multilateral dialogue using the existing mechanisms in order to resolve differences and establish peace, stability, and security in the South Caucasus.

"Any approach aimed at increasing militarization in the South Caucasus will complicate the security situation in the region and harm the peace process in the region—and Iran will not accept that. The countries of the region do not want to form mechanisms that will complicate the situation in the region," added the Iranian MFA spox.

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