Iranian foreign minister calls cease-fire 'domestic thing for Lebanese'
If the Biden administration were able to broker a deal on the Israel-Lebanon border in line with a UN cease-fire resolution from 2006, Iran would not necessarily object.
“It is a domestic thing for Lebanese," Iran Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian told Al-Monitor. "We are not going to have any kind of interference in their internal affairs."
Tensions on the Israel-Lebanon border have flared amid the Israel-Hamas war. Amos Hochstein, a senior adviser to President Joe Biden on energy and investment, has been shuttling between Beirut and Jerusalem seeking to close a deal that could help to de-escalate things.