Turkey foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu has said America's maximum pressure policy against Iran has not worked.

Iran Press/Middle East: "Has the US got any outcome of this? No... Who suffered? Iranian people. We are against sanctions. Instead of sanctions, engagement can bring about more outcome," he said speaking at Doha Forum on Saturday.

Speaking at the same meeting,  US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the United States would end all sanctions on Iran when Tehran fulfilled what he called necessary conditions, Reuters reported. 

"The US is close to opening a humanitarian channel through Switzerland," he claimed. 

Meanwhile, Yonhap news agency reported on Saturday that Tehran called in the South Korean ambassador to Iran to lodge a complaint, urging Seoul to resume humanitarian trade with the country.

"The Iranian side expressed its position that it hopes for the humanitarian trade to be resumed and is discussing the matter with us,” a Korean foreign ministry official said, according to the report.

"We are in talks with Iran and the US frequently so that the shipments of humanitarian goods like medical supplies can be resumed using the won-based transaction system," the official added. 101/211

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