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India tells Iran decision on buying oil after elections

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Sources said reiterated to visiting Iranian Javed India's position that a decision will be taken on the purchase of from his country keeping in mind the commercial considerations, and economic interests.

Zarif's visit took place on his own iniative to brief the Indian side on the Iranaian approach to the recent developments in the region including on Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (on rolling back its parts of its nuclear programme in exchange for end of some sanctions) and to review bilateral cooperation.

This was part of their consultation with other countries in the region including Russia, China, and over the last few days.

recalled the steps announced by on May 8 including decisions linked to the export of enriched material and heavy water. He mentioned that 60 days timeline has been given to EU-3 and other parties to JCPOA for estoring the and channels.

The sources said India's position on JCPOA was reiterated. would like all parties to the agreement to continue to fulfill their commitments and all parties should engage constructively and resolve all issues peacefully and through dialogue.

Both the sides shared their views on the situation in and agreed to maintain close coordination on the evolving situation.

Last week, US was in to urge not to do business with and promised to help ensure supplies from countries like and

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First Published: Tue, May 14 2019. 19:21 IST