FM criticizes some western countries' stances on recent Iran unrest

Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said in a phone talk with his Spanish counterpart that Iran always welcomes interactions with the EU, criticizing some western countries' unconstructive stands and acts on recent riots in Iran.

Amirabdollahian and José Manuel Albares Bueno in the phone talk exchanged viewpoints in some international, regional and bilateral issues.

The Iranian top diplomat referred to the historical relations of the two countries and welcomed efforts aimed at evermore expansion of Tehran-Madrid relations and cooperation.

Criticizing the unconstructive stances and acts of some western countries regarding the recent Iran riots and terrorist acts, Amirabdollahian said, "Some European officials pay greater attention to partisan objectives more than their national interests."

The foreign minister said that Iran, just as always, welcomes interactions with Europe, especially the EU3; namely, Germany, France and Britain had since the year 2015 were impotent in implementing the commitments in accordance with the JCPOA, which was an internationally approved document, after the Trump administration's unilateral exit of it.

Amirabdollahian also appreciated Spain's stance on Shiraz terrorist attack.

The Spanish foreign minister, too, in the phone talk once again condemned the Shiraz terrorist act and condoled on behalf of the Spanish government and nation with the Iranian nation and government, stressing that dialogue needs to continue between the two countries.

José Manuel Albares Bueno said that the two countries' relations are as old as history.

The top Spanish diplomat, meanwhile, asked for his Iranian counterpart's assistance to free the two arrested Spanish citizens during the recent unrests in Iran.

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