The two sides briefed each other on the latest developments of their respective relations with the United States, according to a press release issued after the meeting.
The two foreign ministers said the international community believes that the United States should reflect on the damage it has done to global peace and development in recent years, halt unilateral bullying, stop meddling in other countries’ domestic affairs, and stop forming small circles to seek bloc confrontation, said the press release.
It said the two ministers agreed that all countries should follow the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations (UN), uphold true multilateralism, make international relations more democratic, and accept and promote peaceful coexistence and common development of countries with different social systems and development paths.
On the Iranian nuclear issue, the two sides believed that the United States should unconditionally return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) as soon as possible and revoke the unilateral sanctions against Iran, it said.
The two sides also coordinated positions on a wide range of issues such as UN reform, climate change, Asia-Pacific situation, Syria, Myanmar, Afghanistan and Sudan. The two sides on Tuesday will continue talks on bilateral relations and international and regional situations, said the press release.