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On October 9, 2018, delegation headed by Ali Mohaghegh, Counselor of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Russia, visited Russian International Affairs Council. RIAC was represented by Timur Makhmutov, Deputy Director of Programs, and Ruslan Mamedov, Program Assistant.

On October 9, 2018, delegation headed by Ali Mohaghegh, Counselor of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Russia, visited Russian International Affairs Council. RIAC was represented by Timur Makhmutov, Deputy Director of Programs, and Ruslan Mamedov, Program Assistant.

Iranian diplomats and RIAC officials discussed the current state of relations between Russia and Iran. big part of the discussion focused on global trends in world politics and economics, the impact of sanctions and trade wars on the future of the world order. The parties discussed energy and infrastructure cooperation between the two countries, opportunities for building cooperation in these areas. Security issues were also touched upon. The Russian and Iranian sides reaffirmed the importance of developing a strategic view on the creation of new regional security architecture in the Middle East.

The parties agreed to develop contacts and outlined further areas of cooperation between RIAC and the Iranian think tanks.

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