Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's top diplomat, at the tribune of the Munich Security Conference, 12 February 2016, MSC / Zwez

Iran’s top diplomat Mohammad Javad Zarif will leave Tehran on Saturday night, 17 Feb, to attend the Munich Security Conference (MCS), Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said.

Twenty Heads of State and Government and some 40 Foreign and Defense Ministers are expected from 16 to 18 February in Munich for the Security Conference. This is the 54th Munich Security Conference.

According to his agenda, Zarif will give a speech tomorrow Sunday at the conference and will address various issues related to regional and international security.

In addition to his address to this Conference, Zarif must meet with various personalities participating in this meeting. The official opening of the 54th Munich Security Conference took place yesterday, Friday 16 February, in the presence of several heads of state. Twenty heads of state and government and about forty foreign and defense ministers are expected from February 16 to 18.

The future role of the European Union (EU) as an actor on the world scene, as well as its relations with Russia and the United States, as well as political relations in Africa, featured prominently on the agenda. day of the 54th MSC Conference.

Arms control issues, including North Korea’s nuclear program, will also be on the menu.


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