Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has condemned the Bahraini government’s moves against Tehran, including its recent hosting of an anti-Iran summit on maritime security.
In a Thursday statement, Mousavi denounced the Bahraini government’s anti-Iran measures, including holding suspicious and provocative meetings as well as the accusations levelled against the Islamic Republic of Iran in recent statements issued by Bahrain’s Foreign Ministry.
He said such meetings are a move to disrupt stability and security and pave the way for interference in the Persian Gulf region by trans-regional powers and the Zionist regime of Israel.
The spokesman urged Bahraini officials to stop their injudicious moves and adopt a constructive approach rather than paving the way for the realization of common enemies’ demands and schemes.
He said security in each regional country is closely intertwined with that of others in the region.
“It would not be possible for some [countries] to enjoy security by compromising the security of others,” he noted.
“Regional countries are expected to ward off tension-provoking foreign interference in the region with prudence and far-sightedness.”
His remarks came after Bahrain hosted a meeting on maritime security in the Persian Gulf, addressing what it called Iran’s targeting of international maritime navigation in the region.