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Explaining Iran's roll in Caspian Sea legal regime

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A member of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission in Islamic Consultative Assembly says: Caspian Sea legal regime is one of the problematic issues that have not been completed up to the present time while long negotiations.
Sunday, October 30, 2016 10:39:56 AM
Explaining Iran's roll in Caspian Sea legal regime

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – "Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Islamic Republic of Iran were the two marginal countries around Caspian sea; now about using this the biggest sea in the world there are disagreements there upon there has been formed meetings to negotiate on the matter that how much use is every country's right", said Ali Najafi Khoshroodi a reformist MP who representing Babol electoral district (in Mazandaran province) in the Iranian Parliament  and former plenipotentiary ambassador of Iran in Bishkek - Kyrgizestan.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Caspian Sea's legal regime should be drawn up based on mutual trust, consensus, and understanding and must take into account the common interests of all involved countries.

The Iranian minister made the remarks in an address to the 47th session of the special working group to draft the convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea in Tehran on Sunday.

He said some progress has been made on the Caspian Sea’s legal regime status and expressed hope that drafting its convention would be accelerated and finalized as soon as possible through the goodwill and resolve of the sea’s littoral states.

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