Amirabdollahian meeting with the Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Tehran Christopher Mapanga

Tehran (IP) - Special Assistant to the Speaker of Iran’s Parliament for International Affairs considered the White House's anti-human sanctions as a terrorist instrument against the world's nations.

Iran PressIran news: Meeting with the Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Tehran Christopher Mapanga, Hossein Amirabdollahian said unilateral, and anti-human rights sanctions by the White House and some European countries have become a terrorist tool against the world's nations, including the Republic of Zimbabwe.

Amirabdollahian criticized the behavior of global hegemony in keeping the African countries poor, exploiting them, looting their rich resources, and announced the readiness of Iran's parliament in economic areas and dialogue Iran-Zimbabwe parliamentary friendship groups.

The Ambassador of Zimbabwe, for his part, pointed to Iran's achievements in science, technology, defense, and sustainable development and said: "The Embassy of the Republic of Zimbabwe will spare no effort to strengthen relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and further expansion of interactions between the two countries is on Zimbabwe's agenda."


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