Qatar and Turkey urged Western countries to start negotiations with Iran

Ahmet Davutoglu, head Turkish Foreign Ministry said the attack the United States and its allies in the Islamic Republic would be a "catastrophe" for the entire Near East. To the views of Ankara joined the government of Qatar — the main U.S. ally in the region.

Statements by the Turkish Foreign Ministry voiced in Munich in time security conference. According to the views Davutoglu, the crisis over Iran's nuclear program can be resolved in the coming time. "The political will to resolve this problem of will allow for a few days," said the politician who believes that it is the lack of mutual trust, not fundamentally conflict.

Khalid Bin Mohammad Al-Attiyah, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, said that pressure Washington on Iran is counterproductive. "The embargo against Iran only makes the situation worse," — said the politician. He also warns Western countries on the view that an attack on Iran is a "solution."

Ankara has previously criticized the international pressure Iran. Namely, the Turkish authorities have said that sanctions against the Islamic Republic will join only if they approve of the UN Security Council report, "Agence France-Presse."

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