Speaking on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference on Friday, he said, 'There could be nothing in the region which cannot be settled.'
Quoting EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, he said that security cannot be achieved without esablishment of the security for others.
He expressed the hope that the on-going negotiations in Munich will result in a logical solution for the crisis in Syria and end the plight of Syrian people.
'Those whose illusions have faced the people of Syria with years of pain, bloodshed and dislocation, have to meet the realities and accept the logical solution.'
He introduced sectarianism as a major challenge besides the crisis of refugees and said, 'With the help of our brothers in Saudi Arabia and Turkey, we will solve the regional issues and problems.'