A former Iranian Foreign Ministry official has said that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action has been a real help to Iran’s greater involvement in international efforts to solve regional questions.
An immediate ceasefire to end bloodshed along with coordinated international efforts to take on terrorism and extremism is the first step in settling the crisis, wrote FM Zarif in an opinion piece.
An Iranian expert has said that the West should present the real picture of Islam if it seeks to get rid of terror attacks and have security in its backyard.
In order to confront terrorism, the first step is to cut off the financial and military aid provided to the terrorists by certain regional countries, Kharrazi told a British MP.
If the unholy phenomenon of IS lives long, it can have a deep cultural impact on Iran's neighbors and stoke ethnic, factional and tribal tensions, Seyyed Ali Moujani said.
If it wasn’t for Iran’s stance against the disintegration of Iraq and Syria, Damascus and Baghdad would have fallen by now, Velayati said.
An article in a US publication has said that it’s pointless to apply tactical solutions to the problems of the Middle East while Saudi Arabia is free to (almost literally) pour oil on the fires.
President Rouhani has said that Iran's principled policy is to interact with the world and forge good relations with other countries.
The main culprit behind the massacre of innocent people in the West and East are those who used IS as a tool to serve their interests and advance their cause.
Undoubtedly, when objectives of terrorists are not fulfilled in Syria, it will have a direct effect on Iran’s security, Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said.