Zarif speaks at a news conference in Kuwait City. (AP Photo)
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Iran's foreign minister called Sunday for a united front among Middle Eastern nations to fight militancy, in his first regional trip since Iran reached an agreement with world powers on the country's nuclear program – an agreement that raised fears among its Gulf Arab neighbors.Zarif urged Iran's neighbors to cooperate against the common threat of "terrorism, extremism and sectarianism," but insisted that Tehran's regional policy will not change. However, Zarif also insisted that in order to spur cooperation in the region, it was up to other states to change their policies, not the Islamic Republic.Iran denies interference but says the nuclear agreement will not change its policies in the region.
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