Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders said on Monday that existing crises in Syria and Yemen should be resolved through political means and invited all parties to sit at negotiations table.
Referring to deeply rooted relations between Iran and Belgium which date back to some 125 years ago, he said he is to send a set of historical archives indicating profound relations between the two countries.
Talks on human rights issue could be on the agenda Iran-European Union talks, he said, adding that grounds for expansion of economic cooperation between Iran and Belgium are well prepared.
Welcoming nuclear deal between Iran and G5+1, he expressed the hope that talks would be continued after lifting of economic sanctions, thus enabling both sides to broaden economic cooperation, he said.
All should help find political solutions to regional issues such as displacement of a huge number of people as there is no military solution to this end, he said.
Belgium is determined to broaden cultural, scientific and academic cooperation inlcuding nuclear medicine with Iran, he said.
He also extended an invitation to his Iranian counterpart to pay an officials visit to Belgium.
The Belgian foreign minister leading a 20 member economic delegation arrived in Tehran on Sunday.