“They expressed readiness for negotiations and traveled to Tehran for talks,” Iran’s Young Journalist Club (YJC) quoted Kowsari as saying.
“Iran welcomes those who want to resolve the issue via dialogue and negotiate with them to solve the regional problems,” Kowsari added. (YJC/Trend, 7 June)
Earlier, Iran’s foreign ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham had said the ministry was not informed about the visit.
File photo: A 2001 photo of Tayyeb Agha, seated at center, during a press conference in Spinbaldal, Afghanistan. (The New York Times)