NEW DELHI: Amid spiralling US-Iran tensions over the killing of Iranian military commander Qassim Suleimani, external affairs minister S Jaishankar on Sunday had a conversation with his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif and said India remained deeply concerned about the levels of tension in the region.
Jaishankar noted that developments have taken a very serious turn.
"Just concluded a conversation with FM @JZarif of Iran. Noted that developments have taken a very serious turn. India remains deeply concerned about the levels of tension. We agreed to remain in touch," the external affairs minister tweeted.

Just concluded a conversation with FM @JZarif of Iran. Noted that developments have taken a very serious turn. Indi… https://t.co/4pqx41SFAI

— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) 1578228893000

The conversation between the two leaders comes days after Iran's top military commander Suleimani was killed in a US strike.
US President Donald Trump has warned Iran that the US has identified 52 possible targets in the country and will hit it harder than ever before if Tehran, which has vowed "severe revenge", carries out any attack against America to avenge the killing of Suleimani. Read More – Source

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