Iranian FM at end of Latin tour: Unilateralism in cul-de-sac
The Iranian FM says foreign attempts to pressure the people of independent countries are fruitless.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian concluded his visit to Cuba at the end of a tour that earlier took him to Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Mauritania, heading a high-ranking delegation.
On Twitter, the Iranian Foreign Minister touched on his meetings with the officials of Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Cuba, underlining that unilateralism is at the end of a dead-end street now.
"In Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Cuba and the meetings with the high-ranking officials of those countries, it was emphasized that the solidarity among the independent and strategic countries in West Asia and Latin America does exist," the top Iranian diplomat tweeted.
Stressed, in high-level meetings in 🇳🇮,🇻🇪&🇨🇺,stronger solidarity&synergy among independent countries in strategic W. Asia&LATAM. Economic terrorism, HR abuse aimed at exerting social pressure on people in independent countries are fruitless. Unilateralism in cul-de-sac. pic.twitter.com/z1hEuKJmaH— H.Amirabdollahian امیرعبداللهیان (@Amirabdolahian) February 5, 2023
Amir-Abdollahian pointed out that the economic terrorism and instrumental use of human rights aimed at pressuring the nations of independent countries are useless.
Earlier, Amir-Abdollahian slammed during a meeting with his Cuban counterpart, Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, the United States policy of imposing sanctions against countries, including Iran and several South American countries, affirming that such policy is doomed to fail.
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