Iran calls for global consensus on unilateral coercive measures

Vienna (IP)- Iran's ambassador and permanent representative to international organizations based in Vienna called on the international community to build a consensus to tackle unilateral coercive measures.

Iran PressEurope: At the Diplomatic Seminar "Unilateral Coercive Measures in the coronavirus Framework," organized by Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela Representative in Vienna with the participation of more than 38 countries, Kazem Gharibabadi, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Iran to International Organizations based in Vienna, said that one of the features of modern history is some countries' tendency, especially the United States, to impose unilateral coercive measures against the target countries to meet their foreign policy goals.

Gharibabadi called the US illegal unilateral coercive actions a factor in limiting abilities to prevent and control the further spread of the coronavirus, adding: "These actions seriously affect the health and lives of the nations of the world."


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