Following the meeting held in Lausanne participated by Iran and world leaders in order to reach a nuclear agreement , Morteza Sarmadi vice-minister of Foreign Affiars in Teheran will go to Beirut on a two-day visit, where he is to meet with Lebanese authorities. The special envoy of Hassan Rohani, according to reports from the daily newspaper al-Liwaa, will hold talks with the president of parliament, the Shiite Nabih, the premier Tammam Salam and head of diplomacy Jebran Bassil.
The Lebanese newspaper An Nahar instead, has leaked out confidential news on other appointments to be held with the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs in Teheran, like those with Hasan Nasrallah, leader of the Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah. Some of the hot issues to be tackled during the meeting between the authorities of Teheran and Beirut, in addition to the nuclear issue, the Yemen issue, a country on the decline following the outbreak of war which dates back to the nights between 25th and 26th March when bombers of the coalition led by the Saudi-Arabians began bombing Houthi rebel placements supported by Iran.
The talks are to end with the discussion over the Syrian conflict which is destroying the country causing thousands of deaths and people who are fleeing. Sarmadi moreover, confirmed by a local source, has begun his stay by visiting the tomb of Imad Moughnieh , the military commander of Hezbollah who was killed during a bombing on 12th February 2008 in Damascus.
Translation provided by Marina Stronati