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Colombian Foreign Minister will meet with Iranian ambassador to Bogot following controversial statements by Defense Minister.

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11 November 2021 22:25 GMT

“I think we should turn the page,” said Foreign Minister Marta Lucia Ramirez, who explained that the meeting would be next week.

Colombia’s Vice President and Foreign Minister Marta Lucia Ramirez confirmed on Thursday that his office had requested a meeting to clarify with Iranian Ambassador Mohd Ali Jiayoi in Bogot. Controversy Created this week by his country’s defense minister Diego Molano.

In an interview with a local media outlet FM, Ramirez noted A meeting with the Iranian ambassador was requested next week Despite Molano’s words declaring Tehran a “common enemy” during his stay in Israel with President Ivan Duc, he promised that relations so far would be maintained normally.

I think you should turn the page Stay tuned, “the vice president said.” Whenever there is any disagreement or misunderstanding It is important to have an open conversationHe added.

Ramores, on the other hand, pointed out that his country is only willing to express its concern to the Iranian government about terrorist groups operating in Hezbollah and the Colombian territory in an attempt to qualify for Molano’s harsh words. Made serious allegations against the relationship between Iran and Venezuela.

Earlier, the Iranian ambassador to Colombia set Condition Regarding the dispute, it is clear that the two countries are friends The destruction of that “historical” relationship did not benefit anyone Of cities.

Ali Jihei defended his country’s relationship with Venezuela, insisting that it posed no threat to “any country,” while denouncing the revelation in Colombia of false documents alleging advanced arms trade between Caracas and Tehran.

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