New Iranian Foreign Policy Centers Around Cooperation with Asian Countries
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian revealed that his country is determined to enhance cooperation with China in accordance with the long-term strategic agreement.
In accordance with the long-term strategic agreement between the two countries, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian announced that Iran is determined to strengthen cooperation with China.
In a meeting with Wang Ai before the start of the summit meeting of the Shanghai Organization's leaders in Tajikistan, Amirabdollahian stressed that cooperation with Asian countries is the focus of the new Iranian government's foreign policy.
The Foreign Minister accused the US of taking unconstructive positions regarding the Iranian nuclear program, advising Washington to stop using "threatening" language towards the Iranian people.
For his part, the Chinese foreign minister urged his Iranian counterpart to maintain negotiations about Afghanistan's political future."
Last month, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi exchanged congratulatory messages on the 50th anniversary of Chinese-Iranian diplomatic relations.
It is worth noting that a copy of the "comprehensive cooperation program" agreement signed by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during his visit to Tehran was released to the public in March.
The document details cooperation in a variety of economic sectors; industrial, agricultural, tourism, commercial, and more.