China and Russia, the influential powers in the SCO, have abandoned their reservations in their relations with Iran in recent years and established a more comprehensive relationship.
Iran’s protectionist behaviour in foreign trade to protect the domestic market created problems in the trade of many products within the scope of the PTA.
The Israel-Lebanon Maritime Border Deal has been a trigger that started the new phase of the dashing energy policies of the countries in the region.
The current crisis is expected to leave a significant and long-term impact on the future trajectory of the theocratic republic.
The developments announced by Iranian Oil Minister Owji show that the energy cooperation between the two countries has entered an upward trend.
While NATO’s new Strategic Concept is marginalizing Russia and Iran, these two countries have participated in the Caspian Summit in order to turn their geopolitical position to an advantage against the pressure.
Uncertainty in the Vienna talks and the developments in the region may slow down the implementation of the 25-year agreement between Iran and China.
Since the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine War, Iran has come into prominence as one of the states that supports Russia through its discourse and votes in the UN.