17 Indian crew members are allowed to meet with officials on a seized ship in Iran.

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The 17 Indian crew members on board a cargo ship connected to Israel that Iran has seized would be permitted to meet with Indian government representatives, the Iranian foreign ministry announced on Monday. After raising concerns over the crew’s situation over the phone with his Iranian counterpart Amir Abdollahian, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar provided the guarantee.

The Iranian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Mr. Jaishankar asked for help with the situation. “Dr. Amir Abdollahian said in this regard that we are following up on the details of the seized ship and soon it will be possible for the representatives of the Indian government to meet with the crew of the said ship,” it continued.

India has communicated with Iran to ensure the crew members’ prompt release following the

A few weeks after Israeli raids on its consulate in Syria resulted in the deaths of seven Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards, Iran launched its first direct attack on Israel, firing hundreds of drones and missiles.

India has requested a prompt de-escalation and advised its embassies in the area to maintain regular communication with the Indian community residing in the area.

Write a Comment “We take the threat to regional peace and security posed by the escalation of tensions between Israel and Iran very seriously. The Ministry of External Affairs stated, “We demand a quick de-escalation, the use of caution, a retreat from violence, and a return to the diplomatic route.

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