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The growing aversion to the US across Muslim countries and the strong anti-American and anti-Israeli sentiments among the younger generation have turned the Middle East region into a tinderbox for the US, the commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps said.
Iran’s Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi and Iraqi President Barham Salih in a meeting on Saturday discussed regional developments as well as the ways for de-escalating tensions.
President Hassan Rouhani says that Iran will never give in to bullying behavior, calling on the nation to keep their unity in the face of outside pressures.
Turkish ambassador to Iran stressed that if some of the obstacles imposed by Iran were to be removed, Turkish businessmen and investors would be keen to come to Iran.
Iran’s ambassador to the United Kingdom Hamid Baeidinejad has said that Britain’s top posting service company the Royal Mail has restored its operations to the destination of Iran.
Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi warned that any stupid measure by Washington will have disastrous consequences for them.
The Iranian and French ambassadors to Iraq met in Baghdad on Sunday to discuss regional developments.
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir made baseless accusations against Tehran at a Sunday press conference.
BRITISH SPECIAL FORCES have been flown into the Middle East as part of a secret contingency operation to counter potential Iranian attacks on UK merchant shipping transiting the narrow waters of the Persian Gulf.
Iranian ICT Minister Jahromi said Sunday an indigenous firewall has been installed on the country’s industrial control systems under the Siemens brand to repel cyber attacks.