Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Iranian leader Ebrahim Raisi. The heads discussed the situation in Afghanistan and expressed their readiness to assist the state in establishing peace and stability. This was reported on the Kremlin website.
Putin noted that Russia is preparing to deliver humanitarian aid to Kabul. He also told Raisi about the measures of the Russian Federation to ensure the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh and the establishment of a peaceful life in the region.
During the conversation, the Russian President expressed the hope that the negotiations in Vienna on the nuclear deal, scheduled for late November, would be held in a constructive manner. Recall that the heads of the foreign ministries of the two countries came to the conclusion that it is necessary to restore the JCPOA in its original configuration.
Also, Putin and Raisi discussed further coordination on Syria.
“It was noted that largely thanks to well-coordinated Russian-Iranian efforts, it was possible to preserve the statehood of Syria, to eliminate a major hotbed of international terrorism,” the Kremlin added.
Earlier it was reported that Iran named three key conditions for the return of the United States to the nuclear deal.