By John Lee.
A vice president of the European Parliament has said that European companies should not rush to pour money into Iran’s industries.
Writing in The Diplomat, Poland’s Ryszard Czarnecki argues that the whole world should be alarmed at the likelihood of some Western policymakers and businessmen taking President Hassan Rouhani’s reelection as a cue to expand their relations with the Iranian regime.
“There simply is no good time for those moves,” writes Czarnecki, a former European Minister in Poland. “The only circumstances under which Western entities should reenter Iran is after the theocratic regime has given way to a democratic system of governance that affords liberty to its people.”
(Source: The Diplomat)