Australian FM: Tehran, Canberra share common interests in fight with terrorism

Tehran, April 14, IRNA – Australian Foreign Minister on the edge of her visit to Tehran on Tuesday welcomed framework agreement between Iran and G5+1 and said Tehran and Canberra share common stand in international campaign against terrorism.

She made the remarks in an interview with Faifax network.
She highlighted various issues such as ongoing developments in the Middle East region and is to pay a visit to Iran in the near future.
The visit to Iran will be regarded as a suitable opportunity to exchange views about mutual interests and help thwart menaces of violence and extremism in the region mainly in fight with Daesh terrorist group, she said.
On framework agreement reached in Lausanne on April 2, she said Canberra government welcomes progress in nuclear talks between the two sides.
The visit to Iran will be upon official invitation extended by her Iranian counterpart, she said.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is to visit Tehran next Sunday.
This will be the first visit of an Australian minister to Tehran after a 12 years.