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The head of the Iran - Australia parliamentary friendship group:

Western dual encounter with terrorist groups is not compatible with claim to fight terrorism

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Head of Iran – Australia parliamentary friendship group: Sad to say, in practice we see dual encounters with terrorism from the western states; there is no substantive difference between ISIS and People's Mujahedin of Iran, however how is it that Mujahedin is out of groups with a history of terrorist acts?! This is a sign of the incompatibilities between claims and practices.
Tuesday, December 20, 2016 11:05:25 AM
Western dual encounter with terrorist groups is not compatible with claim to fight terrorism

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – Mahmoud Sadeqi a lawyer, jurist, academic politician and reformist MP who is currently a member of the Iranian Parliament and is representing Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat, Islamshahr and Pardis electoral district and is a member of Education and Research Commission had a meeting in the main building of Baharestan with Ian Biggs Australian ambassador in Islamic Republic of Iran.

"Parliaments could have a great role in promotion of cooperation level between Islamic Republic of Iran and Commonwealth of Australia; they could facilitate bilateral political, cultural and commercial relations; in between, the main role is a responsibility to parliamentary friendship groups", said the Iranian side.

"The Middle East in the recent decade became a floor for the libertine activities of terrorist groups and the main approach of I.R.Iran has been always confronting with these destructive gangs", declared Dr.Sadeqi referring to crises in the region.

He had also criticizing said that severe behavior and violence against migrants is violation of human rights and humanistic laws and the phenomenon of migration should be managed with cooperation and consultation of responsible organs so that all the problems and difficulties are solved.

This educated MP who is 55 year old stated: It is very better to do our best in the development of educational exchanges and cooperation between scientific and academic institutions in Iran and Australia.

Australia values its longstanding relationship with Iran and we have maintained an Embassy in Tehran since 1968.

In 2014-15 total two-way trade with Iran was valued at more than $354 million. We look forward to enhancing commercial opportunities following implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal and the lifting of most international sanctions on Iran.

Australia has significant reasons for engaging Iran on issues of shared interest and concern, including the fight against terrorism in Syria and Iraq, as well as the common challenges of people smuggling and illegal migration.

Mr Biggs was a senior career officer of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Until recently he was Acting First Assistant Secretary of International Security Division. He has served overseas as Ambassador to Turkey, and Saudi Arabia, Chargé d’Affaires in Baghdad, and Deputy Head of Mission in Vienna and Damascus.

Mr Biggs holds a Master of Arts (International Relations) from the Australian National University and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Sydney. Mr Biggs took up his appointment in July 2016.

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