Javan daily examines where Turkey under President Erdogan stands as conflicts are boiling over in the flashpoint Middle East region.
Ayatollah Khamenei said an end to attacks on Yemen and termination of foreign interference are key to settling the crisis of this country.
Mr. Rouhani also appealed to Iraq and international institutions to try their best to end the aggression and send humanitarian aid to the stricken country.
Hossein Mozafar said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should act more decisively and call off Erdogan’s Tehran visit unless he apologizes for what he has said.
In insulting comments, the Turkish president said Iranian MPs protesting against his comments about Iran’s role in Yemen are out of their league.
Iran stands ready to cooperate with all regional nations to facilitate dialogue among different Yemeni factions to restore security to Yemen, Zarif said.
Undoubtedly, the Saudis launched the attacks on Yemen in coordination with America, Haghighatpour said.
Iran’s first vice-president has said that Iran, which is a regional heavyweight, can help restore stability in the region.
The Ansarullah Movement says that Yemen needs unity more than anything else and a disintegrated Yemen will hearten secessionists in other regional nations.
It’s to the benefit of the West to come to an agreement with Iran and let us develop and defend our neighbors, said Major General Firouzabadi.