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Friday, December 28, 2007

The Growing Anti-Western Alliance

Russia and China already have Iran in their pocket, but seek to draw India and Japan into their anti Western Alliance.

All the while posing as friends of the West, that is.

From Iran's Islamic Republic News Agency

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Losyukov said on Thursday that Iran has a special position in Russia's foreign policy.

Speaking to reporters, he said the two sides' leaders especially after the recent visit of Russian leader Vladimir Putin to Iran have called for bolstering of ties between the two countries.

Iran is regarded as Russia's most important and powerful neighbor, he said, adding that Russia gives priority to expansion of cooperation with Asian countries including Iran, China, India and Japan.

Mutual cooperation between Iran and Russia would help restore security to the region, he pointed out.

On international cooperation between Tehran and Moscow, he said the two countries have adopted close stands on international developments and are determined to pursue the same path.


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