Zarif: the interests and risks of Iran and one pool area

KUWAIT follow-up to the morning
Description Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, initiated by the round on Sunday visited Kuwait where he moved later to Qatar, as a "tour declaration of intent" to neighboring countries, stressing that what unites Iran and countries in the region have common interests and historical ties. Zarif said in a press conference in Kuwait after his meeting with the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah and Kuwaiti Prime Minister, Acting Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, said that "Kuwait visit as the first stop in a regional tour after the nuclear deal with the international community (5 +1) come the existence of a common will between the two countries to cooperate and reach common objectives and interests. " Zarif said that this visit was "to announce the intentions" of his country and the fixed principles that shape its foreign policy towards the promotion of good-neighborly relations and cooperation with countries in the region. He added that Iran is convinced the existence of common interests and common challenges and dangers in the region, stressing the need to take advantage of this fact over the interests and deepen the cooperation between the countries in the region and directing efforts towards further development and meet the challenges and dangers.
Pointing out that the unilateral treatment of the issues "without the presence of countries in the region is unacceptable and Iran exclude this thinking and calls on all countries to think and collective cooperation."
In response to a question on the nature of the international agreement on Iran's nuclear program, especially inspection military sites "The control and oversight issues identified in the international documents and the Vienna agreement proves that the inspection which does not enter the military field.