India’s Betrayal Of Iran Is Only The Beginning
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The sudden visit to New Delhi by the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif for a meeting on May 14 with the outgoing External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in the dying days of the Modi government underscores dramatically how much Tehran has been traumatised by the Indian decision under American pressure to summarily stop all imports of Iranian oil w.e.f May 2.

If one were to encapsulate the anguish and bewilderment in the Iranian mind, an analogy would be the plaintive entreaty by Julius Caesar in William Shakespeare’s play of that name — ‘Et tu, Brute’ (Even you, Brute) — when on the Ides of March in 44 BC the great Roman statesman spotted amongst the conspirators in the Senate building the pale visage of his old dear friend Marcus Junius Brutus, who were stabbing him in a pre-conceived assassination plot.

To be sure, the unexpected betrayal by the old and dear Indian friend has shocked Tehran. According to reports, Swaraj offered her best explanation by taking a de tour and reportedly holding out a non-committal assurance that Delhi will review the situation after a new government is formed “keeping in mind our commercial considerations, energy security and economic interests.” .......
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Iran sanctions: Indo-Afghan Banking via Chabahar Port hit

India and Afghanistan may have a problem at hand with banking transactions for bilateral trade through Chabahar port being hit despite the strategically located port kept out of the purview of US sanctions on Iran.

At least 50 containers of Afghan goods ready to be exported through Chabahar port for Indian and Chinese markets have been disrupted due to financial obstacles, according to Afghan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ACCI).
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