Speaking to reporters in her weekly press conference in the capital Tehran, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham stated that Iran is opposed to foreign interference in Yemen, including attempts to disintegrate the Arab country, maintaining that the conflicts should be settled domestically.
"Tehran supports dialogue and convergence to settle the case in Yemen,” she asserted, adding that Tehran would seek an "integrated and powerful” Yemen which will have good relations with its neighbors.
Afkham also that "domestic capacities” and parties in Yemen should be tapped to resolve the problems in the country.
The official reiterated that Iran will support any deal agreed upon by all political sides in Yemen.
"This is not the first time Iran is sending humanitarian aid to Yemen," she pointed to Tehran’s humanitarian aid to Sana’a.
People in Yemen need access to food and medical aid, she stated, noting that part of these needs has been met since a memorandum of understanding on air transport between the two countries’ capitals was put into practice.