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News code: 25920
Published Date: Saturday 30 June 2018 - 09:19:37
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Regional crises due to US interference

Regional crises due to US interference
IRAN  - Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman on Friday condemned Washington's increasing interference and its destabilizing role in the region.

Instability, extremism, unrest, growth of terrorism and other problems and crises in the region are the results of the US's wrong foreign policy and illegitimate interference, Bahram Qasemi said in reaction to the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's anti-Iran accusations.

Pompeo in a tweet released on Friday accused Iran of supporting the Houthi Ansarullah movement in Yemen against the raid of Saudi-led coalition.

Elsewhere in his remarks, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman referred to spread of Iran-phobia by the US and said that increasing the crises in region and selling more arms to the regional states is the aim of US propaganda against the Islamic Republic.

He condemned the mass murder of Yemeni civilians including the children and women in Saudi-led coalition attacks and noted that the attacks are being carried out following the US green light and support.

News Code: 25920
Published Date: Saturday 30 June 2018 - 09:19:37
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