Jan 28, 2019, 6:49 PM
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Spox: Iran to announce own assessment of SPV

Tehran, Jan 28, IRNA - Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi announced that Tehran will announce its assessment of the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) after the statements of the European authorities.

Making his remarks in his weekly news conference here on Monday in response to a question on Europe's concern about Iran's missile program on the verge of registration of SPV in Europe, the diplomat said, 'We have many common interests with European countries, and there have always been differences of opinion, and every one of us adheres to special values but this does not necessarily mean that we cannot interact with each other.'

The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry also reiterated, “The PSV debate followed by the three European countries is separated from the financial mechanism that Swiss has put forward. Switzerland has been keen to have a clear mechanism with Iran for some commodity exchanges, and this channel will be between Iran and Switzerland and will have specific tasks in the area of bilateral cooperation.'

In response to another question about Turkey President Erdogan's remarks that we are preventing the disaster in Syria, in cooperation with Iran and Russia, and whether this is a sign of US' presence in Astana's talks, the Spokesman clarified, 'The image I have from the United States is a picture that everywhere it presents there is no result except destruction, and displacement for the people of that region, and history is well illustrated.”

'I have no preception that the United States can and will participate in Astana talks. What I understand, the nervousness and anger of this country of the successful cooperation of the three countries in the fight against terrorism and the assistance of the Syrian government to liberate a large part of its land,' Qasemi highlighted.

He emphasized that one must look at America in its own frame and judge it based on this picture.


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