Foreign Ministers of China and Iran discussed global crisis

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The Foreign Minister of Iran, Mohammad Javad Zarif, is in Athens on the occasion of the Forum of ancient civilizations. | Photo: Reuters

The conflict in Syria and the situation on the Korea peninsula were addressed on Sunday by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of China, Wang Yi, and his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
The meeting took place in Athens, capital of Greece, before the opening Monday of the Forum of ancient civilizations that brings together Ministers of 10 Nations with “great story”, says the release of the entity.
> China confirms North Korean border military presence “the partners exchanged views on Syria, the situation on the Korea peninsula and other international and regional issues of mutual interest”, said the note.
The Forum is a Greek initiative in whose organization, China. Will be attended by ten countries representing great ancient civilizations: Bolivia, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Mexico, Peru, China and Greece.

In Athens, to represent Iran at Ancient Civilizations Forum: Dialogue among Civilizations for a World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE).

-Javad Zarif (@JZarif) of April 23, 2017, Wang said that the chino-irani strategic partnership remains a firm development and added that cooperation in economy, trade, investment and exchanges between people now deepens.
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