For decades, the barbed wire-clad border between Iran and Armenia ran along the southern section of the Cold War’s Iron Curtain. Even though the Soviet Union vanished from the world map in 1991, more than a quarter of a century later, the barbed wire stands as a reminder of the Cold War.
Despite religious and ideological differences, relations between Armenia and the Islamic Republic of Iran remain cordial and both Armenia and Iran are strategic partners in the region.
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A CivilNet.TV Report by Tatul Hakobyan