Iran's official:

Tehran (IP) - Iranian Parliament Speaker's Special Advisor for International Affairs called Tehran's relations with Beijing and Moscow strategic and adding Iran's ties with its allies amid hardships would be based on friendship, cooperation, and mutual respect.

Iran PressIran News: Hossein Amir-Abdollahian pointed out that in the 11th term of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, more than one hundred and seventy foreign meetings have been held at various levels, covering various areas of the world in which East to West is included.

He added: "The approach of the Islamic Consultative Assembly to foreign relations in the field of parliamentary diplomacy, includes interaction with the world and looking at balanced foreign relations and is in line with the national interests of the Islamic Republic of Iran."

He also said: "Iran’s policy in the field of political independence, adherence to the policy of 'neither East nor West' and in the field of national interests, emphasis on cooperation and reciprocal relations with East and West within the framework of the path of relations with neighbors and having a special view of Asia are among Iran’s priorities."


Read more:

Tehran-Moscow economic, cultural lag must be compensated: envoy

Tehran-Moscow ties, strategic: Zarif