Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and Pakistan National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq have stressed for peaceful resolution of Yemen crisis.
During a telephonic contact with his Pakistani counterpart on Saturday night, Larijani said Iran believes that the Yemen crisis should be resolved through national dialogue among all Yemeni political factions, IRNA reported.
He praised Pakistan stance towards Iran and the Muslim world, noting that Iran will use the nuclear agreement as a tool to boost regional stability and Muslim unity.
“Destruction of Yemen infrastructure is in the interest of Zionist regime and they should take a lesson from Soviet Union and NATO aggression against Afghanistan,” Larijani underlined, adding that Yemen crisis should be resolved through dialogue and military interference will only complicate the situation.
Sadiq, for his part, welcomed nuclear agreement between Iran and G5+1. He voiced hope for removal of all sanctions against Iran. The official said that Islamabad has no intention to interfere in Yemen crisis and believes that peace in Yemen is the interest of the whole Muslim world.