Iran's parliamentary president said Tehran was open to the idea of engaging in dialogue with its regional rival Saudi Arabia.
Ali Larijani made an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera aired on Tuesday, days after the Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman (MBS) told CBS that he would prefer a peaceful settlement with Iran in resolving regional security disputes , unlike military conflicts.
Iran is open to dialogue with Saudi Arabia and other countries in the region. "Larijani said in Tehran.
" An Iranian-Saudi dialogue could solve many of the region's security issues.
Al Jazeera's Assed Baig, reporting from the Iranian capital, said the talks were seen as a victory in the country.
"You will see that Iran's military strategy works, that Iran is considered a strong military power and that countries that are not necessarily friends with Iran endorse the dialogue on military conflict. "Help.
No requirements. [Librarian] Larijani also said that Saudi Arabia does not rely on its main ally, the United States,
"Riyadh may present his proposals to be discussed at the Iranian-Arab conference. Larijani said: "We also welcome what Prince cited Mohammed bin Salman to have a dialogue with, as it may be good, Saudi- Knowing Arabia First, think about the interests of the region, "he added, referring to the statements of the Crown Prince in an interview with the CBS-60-minute program aired on Sunday.
Prince Muhammad pointed out that prices could rise to "unbelievably high numbers" in the event of an armed conflict
"The region represents about 30 percent of the world's energy supply, about 20 percent of world trade flows, about 4 percent of global GDP. [gross domestic product] "The Crown Prince said
Days Later Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, who visited Saudi Arabia and held talks with King Salman, said it was in everyone's best interest to prevent another war in the region
Abdul Mahdi said in an interview with Al Jazeera aired Monday, "No one has the weapons necessary to strike a deadly blow to his opponent." Chaos and destruction will hit the region in its entirety. "
Abdul Mahdi stressed the importance of resolving the protracted conflict in Yemen in order to bring peace to the region.
According to Larijani, Iran has the Houthi rebels of Yemen asked to accept a ceasefire agreement with Saudi Arabia, which is also in the interest of Riyadh the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since 201
Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran have long been following an attack by Houthi two major oil facilities have risen in the east of the kingdom.
The US, European powers and Saudi Arabia accused the attack on Iran, which denied any involvement.