Tehran (IP) - Iranian Government spokesman Ali Rabiei said that South Korea has deprived the Iranian of their rights and doesn't release Iran's frozen money under US policies' pressure.

Iran PressIran News: In response to Iran Press' question regarding the blocked money in South Korea, Ali Rabiei said that South Korea suggested exporting drugs to Iran in return for blocked money, but Iran has not accepted since the figure was insignificant.

Rabiei emphasized that Iran advises countries which have not the courage to confront oppression and added that they should not deprive a nation of its inalienable rights due to baseless excuses and fear of the United States.

He went to say that the Central Bank and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are pursuing the return of blocked money in other countries, and delegations have been sent to these countries and negotiations have been done.

"This issue has also been discussed in the government and has had positive effects so far," Rabiei concluded.

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