A top US envoy on Iran is headed to India this week for talks ahead of the November 4 deadline set by the Trump administration for countries to bring down their import of Iranian oil to zero.
In addition to India, Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook will be travelling to Europe to further discuss US foreign policy toward Iran.
During this week-long trip, Hook will engage “allies and partners on our shared” need to counter the entirety of the Iranian regime’s destructive behaviour in the Middle East, and in their own neighbourhoods, the State Department said.
In India, he and Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Resources Francis R Fannon will meet with their counterparts for consultations, and in Luxembourg, he will attend meetings with officials gathered for the European Union meeting of ministers. Read More