About 30 Africa, Latin American, Asian countries including states from the Middle East participated in the meeting, Salehi told Kurdpress reporter in Tehran, adding that the meeting has been very successful.
He further expressed his hope to have more countries in the following meetings.
Salehi said the participated countries have discussed creating a contact group as well as a plan to cease fire between Syria fighting sides.
Iranian Foreign Minister also discussed the role of Syrian Kurds in the region and said: “Kurds are a people of the region. This is a region where diverse races and religions have always lived peacefully. We hope all would behave in accordance with benefits of all not a group or person.”
He further voiced his optimism that the abducted Iranian pilgrims in Syria would be released soon.
Salehi added that an Iranian delegation will attend the upcoming Mecca emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Conference in an effort to try to reduce the differences through dialogue and diplomacy.
Salehi confirmed Tehran would talk to Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey over bi- lateral relations as well as regional issues and possibly Syria too.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran is determined to reduce the differences through holding dialogue and focusing on issues of mutual interest," Salehi added.