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Iranian foreign minister: can cooperate with US to maintain security in Persian Gulf

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BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 27: Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif and German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel (not pictured) speak to the media following talks on June 27, 2017 in Berlin, Germany. The two men discussed bilateral relations as well as the Iran nuclear agreement, which eases international sanctions against Iran in exchange for commitments by Iran on its nuclear program. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif believes that Tehran can cooperate with Washington on security issues in the Persian Gulf, RIA Novosti news agency said on Jan. 24.

In an interview with the Iranian newspaper Etemad, Zarif said, “I personally believe that we should clarify the final situation in the relations between Iran and the United States.

Tell the United States that we will not cooperate on Israel, but there is no problem about cooperating in the oil sector and there is no problem about securing the Persian Gulf.”

Zarif also stressed that the presence of foreign powers in the Persian Gulf undermines regional security, so there is no place for the United States in the Persian Gulf.

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