Former Italian PM urges inclusive agreement in West Asia
Tehran� Promotion of stability in the region requires an inclusive agreement among all the regional and international players, Massimo D'Alema, former Italian prime minister said, addressing the second Tehran Security Conference on Monday.
Massimo D'Alema who was speaking about the security measures taken by countries in West Asia and the role played by Iran and trans-regional players, said in order to address security issues in the region, countries need to promote negotiations among themselves.
In case of Daesh (ISIS), D'Alema added, the countries should attempt to focus on eradicating Daesh terrorists forever.
He went on to call for finding a peaceful solution to the bloodshed in Syria and reaching an agreement based on clear and cordial talks among all the parties involved.
The 53rd Italian prime minister who served from 1998 to 2000 also blasted US President Donald Trump's hostile foreign policy approach.
D'Alema, meantime, said that the new rulers in Saudi Arabia as well as intensification of extremist trends in Israel are other problems faced by the region.
The 2nd Tehran Security Conference 2018: Regional Security in West Asia, Emerging challenges and Trends started in Iran capital city on Monday with a speech delivered by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency