Tehran (IP) - Brazilian Deputy Foreign Minister, in a meeting with the senior Iranian negotiator in Tehran, said that Iran's role in 'SCO' and 'BRICS Plus' makes it a major partner in international decision-making in the political, security, and economic fields.

Iran PressIran News: Brazil's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Kenneth Nobrega, who has traveled to the Iranian capital Tehran for the 11th Iran-Brazil political consultative meeting, met with Deputy Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri Kani.

During the meeting, Bagheri Kani referred to the recent international developments, including the war in Europe, stressing Iran's opposition to the war, adding that the lead in the global system has moved from unipolarity to multipolarity, which would determine the conditions and requirements of the new world order.

Bagheri Kani stressed the strength, dynamism, and sustainability of Iranian hard and soft power components.

He said, "Iran's relations with Brazil are determined in terms of the responsibility, role and position of these two countries in the new system within the framework of the pluralistic approach."

He explained that the unipolar regime is trying to shape global relations based on its interests. From this standpoint, the United States uses the embargo as a tool to draw an atlas of economics, politics, and international security to obtain the most significant amount of profit and benefit for itself and its allies and reduce the economic benefit of independent countries from global economic, political and security relations to Zero.

Kenneth Nobrega, for his part, said that Iran's membership in the SCO's Political-Security Group and its role in the "BRICS Plus" economic group would make it a significant partner in international decision-making in the political, security, and economic fields and enhance the position of the multipolar front in global equations.

The Brazilian diplomat acknowledged the political and economic capabilities of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the region, saying, "Brazil seeks to increase international cooperation and interaction and enhance pluralism, and rejects unilateralism, including the imposition of economic sanctions."

He expressed his hope to strengthen relations between Iran and Brazil, stressing the need to develop bilateral cooperation between the two countries in all political, economic, and cultural dimensions.

This Brazilian diplomat has also met with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian.


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