The last Iranian ambassador to Saudi Arabia in an interview has discussed the root causes of Tehran-Riyadh conflicts and the necessity for improving bilateral relations.
Mohammad Masjed-Jamei, who once was Iran's Ambassador to Rabat, believes that the reopening of Moroccan embassy in Iran indicates the country’s willingness to keep its distance from Saudi Arabia because of its adverse condition in the region.
An Iranian Middle East expert believes that the recent law passed by the US against Saudi Arabia, known as JASTA, would set a dangerous precedent for the world, and Iran should not be happy about it.
An American political commentator in Madison said US police brutality disproportionately targets minorities, especially African-Americans, adding that blacks are treated the way Israel oppresses Palestinians as American law enforcement officers receive their training in Tel Aviv.
Ali Akbar Farazi, an experienced Iranian diplomat, says Iran’s isolation from the international community can make the country vulnerable.
A former US congressman admits there is no assurance that the next US president will remain committed to the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
The nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, known as JCPOA, proved that the US administration is not a reliable party, a former Iranian official said.
Turkish ambassador to Tehran hailed Iran’s stance against an attempted coup in Turkey earlier this month, saying no other government acted like Iran’s in the process of the putsch.
An Iranian adviser believes that Turkey’s army had received the green light from the US, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, or else they wouldn’t dare to stage the amateurish coup in Turkey.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized the US over its failure to carry out its commitments as per the last year’s nuclear deal in the best way possible.