Prime Minister Nehru, replying to questions on India’s foreign policy by Iranian journalists at a press conference in Teheran on September 22 before he left for Delhi after his eight-day tour of Iran and Afghanistan, reiterated India’s adherence to the policy of non-alignment and peaceful co-existence in spite of what had happened in Tibet and on the northern border with China recently. He, however, made it clear that India’s anxiety to develop friendship with all countries did not mean “surrendering on any important matter because demands are made.” Mr. Nehru did not agree that world events should be seen in terms of Communism and anti-Communism and said, it would be easier to understand the world situation if “we thought of States as such with their national rivalries with their attempts to expand.”