Iran rejects ‘political intervention’ over held onto S.Korean big hauler

Tehran, Jan 25 Iran doesn’t acknowledge the “political intercession” of a third nation with respect to a South Korean …

Tehran, Jan 25 Iran doesn’t acknowledge the “political intervention” of a third nation with respect to a South Korean oil big hauler held onto the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) in the Gulf recently, since it is a “specialized” undertaking, an administration representative said here.

“As we said previously, the oil big hauler was seized because of the contamination of the marine climate in the Gulf, and this is a significant issue all nations are touchy about,” Xinhua news organization cited Foreign Minister representative Saeed Khatibzadeh as saying to a neighborhood news source on Sunday.

On January 19, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheik Mohammed container Abdulrahman Al-Thani apparently voiced Doha’s status to encourage an exchange among Iran and South Korea.

Khatibzadeh further said that Iranian specialists have educated their South Korean partners that Tehran won’t acknowledge a political intervention on a specialized issue.

The representative likewise dismissed cases that the big hauler, Hankuk Chemi was seized to squeeze Seoul to have the Iranian resources delivered, as eyewitnesses have estimated.

The IRGC reported in an articulation on January 4 that United Arab Emirate-bound big hauler, conveying 7,200 tons of petrochemicals, had been seized “for rehashed infringement of marine ecological laws”.

It likewise had 20 crewmembers on board five South Koreans, 11 Myanmarese, two Indones and two Vietnamese.

The big hauler is presently docked at a port in Bandar Abbas, a city on Iran’s southern coast.

( With contributions from IANS )

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