Iranian FM in Russia for talks on nuclear deal, Syria

(Worthy News) - Iran’s foreign minister is visiting Moscow for talks focusing on the future of the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers and the situation in Syria, where both nations support President Bashar Assad.

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif emphasized the need for close cooperation to safeguard the nuclear agreement during Wednesday’s talks with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov.

The U.S. has said it would consider scrapping the 2015 deal, in which Iran restricted its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Iranian FM in Russia for talks on nuclear deal, Syria”

  1. Did you ever wonder why Russia doesn't have the kind of problems with Iran that the U.S. has? Could it be because Russia never ousted one of Iran's leaders, Mozadek, or the KGB never installed a Shah, or maybe because the world's Central Bankers can't install a Central Bank in Iran.
    Now what would installing a Central Bank in Iran by the World's Central Bankers
    have anything to do with Russia? Well, it seems the World's Central Bankers aren't liked or allowed in Russia either.

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