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Iranian official asks Washington to be aware of regional and world realities

Friday | 15.7.22 | Last Updated 2022-07-15T11:43:13Z
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Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi

 Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi said his country would not accept any attempt to destabilize security and stability in the region, stressing that any wrong move by the United States would be met with a "strict, strict and direct" response from Tehran. He stressed that "there is no room for Zionist ambition in the region, and that "some countries that normalize their relations with Israel will not bring security to the Zionist entity." He added, "Our military strength, capabilities and capabilities bring security to the region, while US and foreign intervention in our region will not increase stability, but will cause insecurity in the region." 




In line with the major warning, the Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Major General Muhammad Bagheri, said that his country is under security and military threats, and that Iran's armed forces must be prepared for this difficult and complex war, as he said. Bagheri added that Iran faces security and armed threats in the border areas with Afghanistan and border areas in the northwest of the country, and that Iran's armed forces must be ready to face the threats that this enemy poses, as he said. In turn, the spokesman for Iran's armed forces, Brigadier General Abu Al-Fadl Shakarji, said those so-called enemies realized they would pay the price for using the phrase "resort to force" with Iran. 

Shkarji added that the use of this phrase by US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid was part of psychological warfare. Shakarji explained that using the term force against Iran also aims to plunder Gulf oil for free, restore America's prestige in the region, delay Israel's collapse and save America's economy by selling weapons to the region, as he put it.
The Iranian official called on Washington to be aware of regional and world realities and learn from past experiences, citing examples from what he called US-Israel defeats in Iran, Gulf waters, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Gaza, Erbil and Afghanistan. 

Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said it was a mistake to consider his country the only party targeted by the United States' firm and firm statement to safeguard Israel's security and military superiority. Kanaani added - in a tweet on his Twitter account - that according to the joint declaration of US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid, Arab and Islamic countries must always accept the superiority of the Zionist regime, as he said. And he considered in a second tweet that as long as Israel is the first stop on the American president's tour, and the first goal is to maintain its security and supremacy, the people and countries of the region will not achieve peace, stability and tranquility. 

Iran's position and its nuclear program have played a large part in the discussions and statements by US President Joe Biden and Israeli officials over the past two days since the start of Biden's visit to Israel. And the “Jerusalem declaration” – signed by US President Joe Biden yesterday, Thursday in occupied Jerusalem, during the second day of his tour of the region, with Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid and calling it the “Jerusalem Declaration” for a strategic partnership – set out the United States' commitment to not allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons and to confront its activities by Iranian forces in the region, either directly or through its proxies such as Hamas, Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad, according to the statement. 

Biden said during a news conference that diplomacy is the best way to deter Iran, and that his country will not allow it to acquire nuclear weapons because it is of vital importance to the security of the United States, Israel and the rest of the world. In turn, Lapid said at a joint press conference with Biden that "the terrorists want to destroy the only Jewish state in the world," noting that the only way to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon is the need to recognize that "the free nations of the world will use force." by imposing a credible military threat."


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