11 July 2020
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Spokesman Rejects US Allegations on Iran-Venezuela Ties

Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has dismissed the baseless allegations that the US government has made against the cooperation between Iran and Venezuela.

 

Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has dismissed the baseless allegations that the US government has made against the cooperation between Iran and Venezuela. 

 

In a statement on Friday, Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi disputed the claims made by the US government official in charge of Venezuela affairs, saying the baseless comments have been made in order to prepare the ground for mounting US pressure on the Venezuelan government and for disrupting and interfering in the trade ties between Iran and Venezuela. 

 

“The US government whose policies in Venezuela, such as the economic sanctions, the military threats and, most recently, the creation of transitional council, have ended in failure due to the resistance of the Venezuelan government and people, is making such accusations in an attempt to obstruct the Venezuelan government’s plans for reviving that country’s refineries and producing oil products, including gasoline, a shortage of which has been caused by the cruel American sanctions,” Mousavi added.

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