US sanctions not to affect Tehran-Moscow ties
Moscow, Special Representative of the Russian President said that although sanctions affect the economy of Iran and Russia, it does not affect the relations between Tehran and Moscow, as both countries have experience of living in sanctions.
Igor Bratchikov said in an interview with the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) in Russia on Tuesday that this is an important point because both countries have experience of living under the sanctions situation and Iran has such an experience.
According to him, the main goal is to keep calm, develop relations with other countries that have not been influenced by outside influence.
'We have close relations with Iran in the Middle East and in Syria, and we are working together against terrorism,' said Special Representative of the Russian President on designating the border with neighboring countries and the OIC countries and the accredited Russian ambassador since 2012 and on cooperation between Tehran and Moscow.'
Saying Russia and Iran help the Syrian government in accordance with international law and in accordance with the United Nations Charter, and expressed the hope that Moscow's bilateral cooperation (with Iran) and trilateral with Turkey, Russia, Iran will continue in a successful trend and will lead to the eradication of terrorism in Syria.
The senior Russian official said, 'Our relationship with Tehran is now promoting and we are working with Iran in several directions.'
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA