Iranian gov't set to regulate relations with terrorism supporters

Iranian government and Ministry of Foreign Affairs are set to prepare a list of countries which are supporting the terrorism and regulate relations with those countries.

The Iranian Parliament (Majlis) on Tuesday voted to approve a motion to deal with foreign governments and international organizations that support terrorism.

The Parliament voted to approve the details of the single-urgency motion, which obliges the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to prepare a list of countries which are supporting the terrorism and the Iranian government to regulate relations with those countries.

Once the plan approved, Ministry of Foreign Affairs are obliged to compile the list of governments that are supporting terrorism within six months and the Iranian government should regulate its relationships with them which includes the discontinuation or reduction of diplomatic or consular relations.

The motion secured 136 yes votes, 22 no votes, and 9 abstentions. A total of 216 lawmakers were present at the legislature at the time of the voting.


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