Iran Uses Devil Diplomacy With Nations That Remained Sanctioned


Iran’s choice of diplomacy is quite unique. It chooses all American enemies as its allies. So, its relations are building strong with Russia for example. Imagine the Iranian PM meeting his Russian counterpart, on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) leaders’ summit in Samarkand. They both shake hands and celebrate being severely sanctioned by America.

“The relationship between countries that are sanctioned by the US, such as Iran, Russia or other countries, can overcome many problems and issues and make them stronger,” Raisi said in a meeting with Putin in Uzbekistan.

America and the rest of Europe are continuing to want to sanction Iran. But Iran is moving closer to becoming a part of the SCO group of countries. Its membership has been lying in doldrums since 2008. Russia is pushing keenly for its membership though.

China is also a part of this league of rogue nations. Even Venezuela is trying to cut a deal with Iran. Nicholas Maduro, the President of Venezuela, recently announced that, “We are advancing in our bilateral cooperation as well as in matters of mutual interest for economic development. we are going to create a new dynamism in Venezuela-Iran relations.” He has also started a special commission to follow up on their bilateral deals.

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This is just one more country that has been sanctioned by the US. After the Iranian turmoil over the death of a young girl has been reaching all over the world, further sanctions are becoming the call of the hour by the US and their European counterparts.

Literally all these nations are coming hand and glove into creating turmoil in the world order. In a separate incident, ethnic Azerbaijanis in northern Iran have been asked to secede from Iran. The tension between these two nations have been on a hot-cold plate.

Russia had intervened earlier to ensure things remain under control but Iran isn’t being able to tame the wild horse here. Possibly US might reach out with an effective strategy for Azerbaijan and Armenia.

Its investment remains with notorious groups like the Assad brigade or the Hezbollah team that continues to create disharmony and does not let either Lebanon, nor Syria form a stable government.



Roshan Amiri is an advocate for the truth. He believes that it's important to speak out and fight for what's right, no matter what the cost. Amiri has dedicated his life to fighting for social justice and creating a better future for all.

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