Russia comes in support of Iran, nuclear scientist killed to create unrest

Russia comes in support of Iran, nuclear scientist killed to create unrest
In an interview to Iran's state media, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has stated that Iran stands with Russia in the case of the killing of Iran's nuclear scientist Mohsin Fakhrizadeh.

He said that Russia agreed that he was assassinated for the purpose of creating unrest in the region.

Sergei Lavrov, playing an important role in the 'New World Order of the World', described Iran and Russia as "two important countries".

Iran's state-run TV network One (IRTV1) translated Lavrov's words into Russian, saying, "We condemn the killing of scientist Mohsin Fakhrizadeh. We call it a provocative terrorist act and region. It is unrest in India. Is as an attempt to produce. " There is also an issue of intervention of foreign governments. "

He also referred to the killing of Lieutenant General Qasim Sulemani on 3 January and said "it is unacceptable for any country".

General Qasim Sulemani, the head of the Quad Force, was killed in a US drone strike in Iraq. The United States held him and his Quds Force responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American citizens and declared them 'terrorists'.

At one point in the interview, he emphasizes the point of cooperation between Iran and Russia. He says, "The level of our mutual cooperation with Iran is not with any country. Our trade has increased, not decreased, even during the Corona epidemic."

He also said that trade with Iran increased by 20 percent in 2019 and during the epidemic it increased by eight percent.

He stressed that trade agreements between Iran and Eurasia in 2019 provided opportunities for Iran to create a larger market.

Sergey Lavrov criticized the US for withdrawing from the nuclear deal in 2015, as well as stressed the importance of withdrawing dollars in free trade.

Iran's banking sector is restricted and because of this it cannot use dollars in trade with foreign countries.

The country's top nuclear scientist Mohsin Fakhrizade was ambushed and killed by gunmen in the city of Abard, adjacent to Iran's capital Tehran. Iran's leaders have blamed Israel for the killing, saying it will be avenged.

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