Iran’s foreign minister, Hossein Amirabdollahian embarks on a regional tour today involving trips to Iraq and Lebanon, to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Iran’s ambassador in Lebanon said the tour was necessary to address the current Palestinian events, the crimes committed against Gaza and their dangerous ramifications, noting that Amirabdollahian will travel to Iraq first and then to Lebanon.

Overnight, Amirabdollahian talked with his Emirati counterpart Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, asking Islamic and Arab countries to support the Palestinian people.

In the past 24 hours, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi held separate phone calls with his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad and Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, urging them to reach an agreement on a position to support Palestinians.

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