Iran, Russia strategic view on foreign relations; fulcrum of new ties between two countries: FM
Iran's foreign minister says the strategic view of Iran and Russia on foreign relations is the fulcrum of the new relations between the two countries.
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Noting that the Islamic Republic has already presented the idea of forming a regional dialogue forum and the initiative of regional cooperation with the countries of the region, he said: "Iran's goal is to maintain stability and security in the region, and in this regard, it has presented a plan to Russia to establish a security system in the Persian Gulf with regional participation and trans-regional support, which has been reviewed in different periods."
He pointed out that there are a variety of strategic issues in Tehran-Moscow relations, and given the US unilateral sanctions imposed on Iran, there is a strong desire on the part of the two countries' private and public sectors to cooperate in exports and imports to Russia.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi traveled to Moscow on Wednesday morning at the invitation of his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin at the head of a high-level delegation.