“If Europe wants to ensure the security of its energy supply, it should review its strategy,” Mirkazemi said, quoted by HispanTV.
He emphasized that “Iran will cover part of Europe’s demand for energy provided that the other party shows a lasting commitment and avoids being influenced by third parties.”
These statements come after the visit to Tehran by Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau, who on Monday held a meeting with Mirkazemi, who also chairs the Joint Cooperation Committee.
Iran and Poland can expand their commercial and economic ties by holding regular forums between representatives of the private and governmental sectors of both countries, the high-ranking government representatives said.
In previous days, the Polish top diplomat held meetings with President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisi and Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian on Sunday.
During those meetings, the two sides called for intensifying the bilateral ties and stressed the importance of removing obstacles existing in trade between the two countries.