Iran spurns South Korea request for release of tanker after meetings

Jan 14 2021


Iran has rejected South Korea's request to release a Korea-flagged tanker Tehran's armed forces seized earlier this month after meetings between a senior South Korean diplomat and Iran's foreign ministry and central bank.

                                      

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