An Iranian lawmaker says Tehran’s foreign policy has “a lot of unnecessary costs” which can “leave us paralyzed on the streets of Tehran.”
In an unprecedented speech before the start of parliament’s official agenda on January 6, Jalil Rahimi Jahanabadi said, “Unnecessary costs which are not a priority should be removed.”
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As an example of potential risks, he cited the collapse of the former Soviet Union despite its nuclear arsenal and influence around the world…
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