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President in a meeting with his Belarusian counterpart:

Tehran ready to deepen economic, business ties with Belarus/Iran-Eurasia cooperation boosts ties between the two countries/Global community standing up to unilateral US actions is backing int'l laws

President described Tehran-Minsk relations developing and stressed that all potentials and opportunities must be taken advantage of for deepening relations in all fields.

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Sat 09 - June 2018 - 17:20

Speaking with the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on Saturday in China, President Hassan Rouhani said: "Belarus has always been a friend country for Iran and Tehran is ready to deepen economic and business relations, especially in scientific and modern technology fields".

In the meeting that was held on the sidelines of SCO summit in China, President Rouhani said: "Cooperation between Iran and Eurasia further boosts relations between the two countries".

Touching upon the importance of transit routes in the region, he said: "In North-South Transit, Iran is the best route for Central Asia and Caucasus and South-eastern Europe to Persian Gulf and southern waters".

He also went on to refer to the new US government's withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and said: "The global community standing up to the unilateral actions of Washington means supporting international rules and regulations".

The President of Belarus said that his country was determined to develop relations with Tehran, adding: "Iran is a key partner for us in the region and we are determined to further promote our relations with Iran in all political and economic fields".

Alexander Lukashenko described Iran's stance towards US' unilateral withdrawal from the JCPOA wise and said: "The US' unilateral actions and violating international obligations is a threat to international laws and the international community must help to create a new balance in the world".

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