Iran Concerned About Protest Near Kabul Embassy
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has raised concerns about the recent protests in front of their embassy in Kabul.
Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Tehran Abdul Ghafoor Liwal was called to respond, reported the Islamic Republic News Agency.
People have staged demonstrations at the Iranian embassy in Kabul and thrown colours at its buildings to protest the deaths of Afghan migrants in Iran.
Managing Director of Iranian Foreign Ministry for West Asian Affairs Rasoul Mousavi said they were concerned about the impact of such events on their bilateral relations.
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