India has once again announced not accepting anti-Iran sanctions.
India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj stayed for a while in Tehran on her trip to Europe and met Iranian Foreign Minister Syed Abbas Iraqi. Sushma Swaraj spoke on issues related to the area in Abbas meeting in Iraq. In this meeting, he said that India will not accept the unilateral stringent restrictions imposed by the United States on Iran.
The Indian Foreign Minister condemned the terrorist attack in Iran’s Sistan-Baluchistan province in a meeting with Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister and said that it is the right time that both countries together solve this serious problem. Similarly, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Iraqi said that Iran condemns terrorist attacks on CRPF jawans in India-administered Kashmir, and in the time of this misery, the Iranian nation is standing side by side with India.
It is notable that the leaders of both countries stressed the need for regional issues, particularly the problem of terrorism through negotiations and the need to maintain peace.