Tehran- Iranian Foreign Ministry has asserted that the US unilateral coercive measures imposed on Syria, particularly the so-called “Caesar Act” are a violation of the international law and human rights, and Iran will continue to enhance economic relations with Syria despite these measures.

Fars News Agency quoted the Ministry’s Spokesman Abbas Mousavi as saying on Thursday “These sanctions are inhuman and in light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, they exacerbate the suffering of the Syrian people.”

Mousavi added that Iran doesn’t care about such unjust unilateral sanctions which come in the framework of the economic terrorism imposed on the Syrians to destabilize their country.

 

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)

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Tehran- Iranian Foreign Ministry has asserted that the US unilateral coercive measures imposed on Syria, particularly the so-called “Caesar Act” are a violation of the international law and human rights, and Iran will continue to enhance economic relations with Syria despite these measures. Fars News Agency quoted the Ministry’s Spokesman...