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MOSCOW, September 2 (Itar-Tass) - Russia will cooperate with Iran on arms supplies as part of its obligations to the U.N. Security Council, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin told Russia 24 television on Monday, September 2.
“I want to say that we have no problems with Iran. We cooperate with that country, it is our major partner. They have elected a new president and we will work with his team,” he said.
Rogozin stressed that Iran was aware of restrictions on the supply of arms and special hardware and equipment.
“We observe our international obligations strictly. We assumed these obligations in the Security Council and we will follow them,” Rogozin said, adding that there were no secrets in this issue.
“I hope that nothing will complicate our cooperation,” he said and noted that Russia wanted to have friendly relations with Iran.