Iran slammed the new psychological war waged by the outgoing US administration against Tehran, warning that the country will strongly defend its interests in case of any miscalculations by the United States in the region.
Spokesman of the Iranian administration Ali Rabiei has warned against any US adventurism aimed at militarizing the Persian Gulf, saying such moves would be in the interest of no country, whether in the region or elsewhere in the world.
Iran’s government spokesman reaffirmed Tehran’s determination to work with all countries and international organizations to protect the rule of law against the US government’s threats and law-breaking.
Iran’s government spokesman Ali Rabiei said a region free of violence and oppression is in the interest of all the regional countries, stressing that it’s up to them to decide if they want to be in a tense region or not.
Iran’s government spokesman Ali Rabiei said that a military cooperation agreement recently signed between Iran and Syria demonstrates that the two countries are at the same front in the fight against terrorism.
The Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei described the approval of the final draft of the 25-year roadmap for Iran-China strategic relations as great progress in deepening relations between the two countries.
Government’s spokesman Ali Rabiei criticized the politicization of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s reports on Iran’s nuclear activities under the influence of the United States and the Israeli regime, reiterating that the Islamic Republic carries out a peaceful transparent nuclear program.