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Wednesday, 8 January 2020

Iran welcome any steps taken by India towards reducing tensions with the US:Ali Chegeni

Iran welcome any steps taken by India towards reducing tensions with the USAli Chegeni

Iran's Ambassador, Ali Chegeni said on Wednesday that he would welcome any steps taken by India towards reducing the country's tensions with the US. Significantly, tensions between the two countries have increased unprecedentedly after Iran's top commander Qasim Sulemani was killed in a US drone strike in Iraq's capital Baghdad on Friday last week.

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Chegeni made this statement just hours after Iran launched a missile attack on the US military base in Iraq. "In general, India plays a very good role in maintaining peace in the world," Chageni told reporters after a tribute meeting for Sulaimani at the Iranian embassy. Also, India is in this region. We welcome any such step on behalf of all countries, especially our friends India, do not let the tension escalate.

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He said, we do not want war, we want peace and prosperity for all the people in the region. We welcome any step and project in India that can help bring peace and prosperity to the world. Regarding the Iranian attack on the US military base in Iraq, Chegeni said he has responded to his country's right to protect himself.

In the backdrop of growing tensions between Iran and the US after Sulaimani's assassination, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar spoke to Iran's Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif and US counterpart Mike Pompeo on Sunday, expressing India's concern over the growing tension.

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