An analysis by IRNA has provided answers to remarks by Ryan Crocker, the former US ambassador to Iraq, on US policies in the Middle East and what has gone wrong in the terrorism-plagued country.
A US-based Iranian lecturer has disputed the functionality of Iran’s policies on Saudi Arabia, saying that Tehran needs to adopt a better strategy in dealing with Riyadh.
Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah has said that Israel should not think Hezbollah is preoccupied with the operations in Syria against terrorist groups, saying a strong response awaits Israel if it attacks Lebanon.
Today, efforts to maintain unity are essential and we need to avoid things that might play into the hands of the enemy, said Mowlavi Nazir Ahmad Salami.
Zarif lashed out at countries which employ double standards with regard to violence, including the crises in Syria and Yemen.
Aminzadeh said that violent terrorist groups in the region cannot survive without receiving aid from certain countries.
“It is unacceptable that wounded Yemenis are denied access to medical aid because of the continuation of the cruel naval and aerial blockade, the deputy foreign minister said.
Undermining Syria will definitely lead to crises and uncontrollable situations in all neighboring and regional countries, Shamkhani said.
President Rouhani says that terrorists can never succeed in their plots against Syria.
The two police officers "have been charged with malversation, breach of duty and committing a heinous criminal act,” Deputy Foreign Minister Hassan Ghashghavi said.