لغو سفر ظریف به وین؛ پرچم اسرائیل بر فراز وزارت خارجه اتریش

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سفر محمد‌جواد ظریف، وزیر امور خارجه جمهوری اسلامی ایران روز شنبه ۲۵ اردیبهشت (۱۵ مه) به وین پایتخت اتریش لغو شد. او قرار بود در ادامه تور اروپایی خود با آلکساندر شالنبرگ، همتای اتریشی‌اش دیدار و گفت‌وگو کند.

خبرگزاری ایسنا به نقل از سعید خطیب‌زاده، سخنگوی وزارت امور خارجه نوشت: «آقای ظریف سفر در این شرایط را به مصلحت ندانست و لذا ترتیبات سفر نهایی نشد.»  خطیب‌زاده توضیح بیشتری درباره دلایل لغو سفر نداد.

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