Tag: Sergei Lavrov

Strategic Dimensions of Tehran-Moscow Relations

Strategic Council Online – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov visited Iran on April 13 and met with senior Iranian officials. The content of Lavrov’s visit was to discuss strengthening of bilateral relations between Iran and Russia and paving the way for strategizing these relations.
Seyed Reza Mirtaher – Analyst of international affairs

Fresh Blood in International Anti-Sanctions Campaign

Strategic Council Online – An expert on international affairs, referring to the positions of some countries on the need for cooperation of US-sanctioned countries, said: The far-reaching effects of US sanctions on countries, especially during the Coronavirus epidemic, have shaped an international movement to criticize sanctions.

The ambiguous future of the Karabakh conflict and Iran’s preparedness to play a constructive role

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The Security Council of the United Nations has issued four resolutions so far on the Karabakh issue, asking Armenia to evacuate seven cities of the Republic of Azerbaijan; however, Yerevan has refused to withdraw. Therefore, the Security Council should convince Armenia, perhaps through the current mechanisms such as Chapter Seven of the Charter of the United Nations, to return these cities to the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Mohsen Pak-Aeen – Former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan

Moscow’s Realistic Approach to Destructive US Approach on Iran

Strategic Council Online – An international affairs analyst said Russia too has come to the conclusion that the US is pursuing a kind of pure international insurgency and is violating all the norms in the world. He said: Russia and Iran well understand each other’s interests under the status quo and both respect interests of each other that will guarantee continuation of cooperation.

Russia the Main Target in Transfer of American Troops from Germany to Poland

Strategic Council Online – Perhaps one of the goals of the United States in transferring troops from Germany to Poland is to divert Moscow’s attention to Russia’s western borders, forcing the Russians to spend a significant portion of their troops and equipment, as well as their military budgets on the western borders.
Seyed Reza Mirtaher – Expert in Military and Strategic Issues

Unilateral US Sanctions serving Coronavirus

Strategic Council Online: The latest example of the international community’s opposition to US unilateral sanctions can be seen in the unanimous view of BRICS foreign ministers who have called for the lifting of such sanctions.
Dr. Ali Karbalai Hosseini – International Law Researcher