Russian Ambassador to Iran Alexei Dedov said that Iran’s stance on Crimea and the new Russian regions did not affect relations between Tehran and Moscow. He said this in an interview DEA News.
Previously, Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian, Tehran’s I don’t recognise Entry into Russia of the People’s Republics of Crimea, Lugansk and Donetsk, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.
According to the Russian ambassador, Moscow is well aware of Tehran’s position on this issue.
However, this does not contradict existing bilateral agreements in other areas. We see that cooperation is developing efficiently and this factor does not have a negative impact,” Dedov said.
He added that the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic, Ali Khamenei, has repeatedly noted that the main cause of the crisis is the expansionist policy of the United States and NATO.
Before that, Abdullahian had been absolutely certain that his country encourages Making peace in Ukraine. He stressed that Iran is strongly against the conflict.
On January 19, the head of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that the conflict in Ukraine had begun. is is The difficult situation in the West, which is considered a new beginning in the history of international relations. According to him, Tehran is confident that the conflict arose because of the actions of the North Atlantic Alliance and a number of Western states.
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