Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tehran will keep supporting Syria in various fields, particularly in the war against terrorism and in efforts to ensure security and stability across the country.
Russia rejected the United States’ fresh allegations of link between Iran and the Al-Qaeda militant group that launched the September 11, 2001 attacks, describing the Islamic Republic as a "victim of terrorism" and a "pioneer" in the counter-terror battle.
Iran’s president said the American society is now faced with a huge rift ahead of a transition of power in the country while the Iranian nation celebrates the “disgraceful” end of President Donald Trump’s era.
A member of Yemen’s Supreme Political Council reacted to the World Bank’s updated Dynamic Needs Assessment (DNA) for Yemen, stating that the US and its regional allies are involved in a campaign of international terrorism against his impoverished and conflict-plagued Arab country.
Iran said the US’ unilateral restrictions on its efforts to comprehensively confront the scourge of the new coronavirus are nothing short of “economic and medical terrorism,” urging the country’s Asian partners to stand up to the coercive measures as they unify their resources against the common health threat.
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.
Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said on Saturday that the assassination of Iran’s Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani was the greatest gift of the United States to the Takfiri terrorism and its supporters.
Spokesman of Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the US latest report on terrorism is completely unacceptable and condemned because of its clear dishonesty, blatant blame game and double standards regarding the issue of the fight against terrorism.
The Saudi ambassador was summoned to the Danish Foreign Ministry after terrorism charges were laid against three leaders of anti-Iran terror group based in Denmark that are suspected of having received funds from Saudi Arabia.