A Polish deputy foreign minister arrived in Tehran on Monday after Iran’s strong protest at an anti-Iran conference that Poland is going to co-organize with the US in Warsaw next month. Poland’s Undersecretary of State for Economic Diplomacy, Development Cooperation, Asia, Africa and the Middle East Policy Maciej Lang held a meeting with Iranian Deputy Foreign […]
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