When the government of President Hassan Rouhani took office with a new foreign policy, it became a source of concern for certain political factions. Supporters of Saeid Jalili, Iran’s former senior nuclear negotiator, and his discourse in diplomacy and international arena didn’t tolerate Rouhani's policy of rapprochement. They believed that the government of ‘Prudence and Hope’ would lose Iran’s esteem and despoil the country.
Huge wave of concern!
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham on Friday dismissed recent remarks by British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond as 'unconstructive', saying that such comments are part of continued moves to cast doubts over Iran's relations with its neighbors.
Iran raps Hammond's 'unconstructive' remarks
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