Belgrade (IP) - Iran's Foreign Minister , in a meeting with Iranians living in Serbia, emphasized the involvement of the West in the recent riots in Iran, saying the country does not want to have an agreement that is not sustainable.

Iran PressEurope: Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian left for Serbia on Sunday. The exchange of views on bilateral and international issues has been announced as one of the main points of dialogue between the ministers of foreign affairs of Iran and Serbia. On Monday, Amir-Abdollahian met with the President, Prime Minister, Speaker of the Parliament and Minister of Agriculture of Serbia. Amir-Abdollahian also met with Iranians living in Serbia in his trip to the European country.

In a meeting with Iranians living in Serbia, Amir-Abdollahian stated that the Iran-Serbia relations are in their best status and added: "I am in Belgrade to follow up on the latest status of relations and to speed it up. I hope that we will see a new chapter in the countries' relations during the visit of the President of Serbia to Tehran."

Referring to the recent riots in Iran, Amir-Abdollahian said: "In the recent riots in Iran, a 41-year-old woman from a western country was arrested in a city. She was skillfully missioned to film the gatherings and exaggerate the situation. For example, if 200 people have demands, she was capable of showing 2000 people through quadcopter, utilising technical facilities and high-speed internet devices."

He added that another citizen from a western country was also arrested. The arrested agent said: "Our security service had missioned us to bring the situation to maximum violence and stir Iran into chaos so that it accepts our conditions at the negotiation table, and for this you should go to Mahsa Amini's house to release her pictures and clips in the virtual space to hurt the public feelings."

Referring to the nuclear negotiations, the Iranian top diplomat emphasized: "We were in a hurry to reach a conclusion in the negotiations," adding: "We do not want to have an agreement that is not sustainable, a deal whose benefits would not be enjoyed by the Iranians. Definitely our red lines are nothing but to guarantee the interests of the Iranian people."


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