In the study of Safavid and Ottoman relations, it is usually emphasized on its militant nature. Despite the continuing tensions between the two governments, which enjoyed ideological backing, but for religious, political and economic reasons, and for objective and rational necessities, the Safavids, from the outset, in their foreign policy towards the Ottoman state, were interacting and conspiracy based on peace and well-being. Hence, one of the important aspects of the Safavid and Ottoman relations, along with enmity and militancy, was peaceful relations, which are also interpreted as peace-loving. This policy is well represented in the writings of Shah Abbas I (1587-1629) to the Ottoman Sultans and the treaties between the two countries during this period. In this research, using descriptive - analytical method, the policy of peacefulness of Shah Abbas I to the Ottoman government, based on the text of the correspondence and political treaties between the two parties, has been studied. The research findings indicate that the main strategy of foreign policy of Shah Abbas I towards the Ottoman government was the principle of peace and peaceful co-existence and adherence to the contracts and treaties concluded with them. This policy was influenced by religious doctrines and objective realities that could have influenced the existence and survival of the Safavid state.
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