The Iranian foreign ministry dismissed the brazen accusations leveled against the country by the prime ministers of Britain and the Israeli regime, stressing that Iran is the anchor of stability in the region.
Reacting to the accusations raised in a meeting of the prime ministers of the regime occupying al-Quds and the British regime, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani said, “It is one of the lasting ironies of history that two regimes, one of which is based on the usurpation of another nation’s land, everyday crimes and infanticide, and that brazenly refuses to join the NPT despite having an arsenal of nuclear weapons, and the other one, whose warmongering and seditious policies can be seen everywhere in the region, brazenly level accusations against the Islamic Republic of Iran, which is the anchor of stability in the region!”
He added, “Given the dark records of these two regimes and at a time when the region is witnessing positive developments, it is not strange that these two are angry and dissatisfied with the trend in the region and struggle to weaken and destroy this process, Kanaani added.
The spokesman condemned the accusations of the British regime and the Zionist regime, according to the Foreign Ministry’s website.
“While reaffirming the importance of further strengthening relations with its neighbors and the necessity of providing regional security by the countries of the region, the Islamic Republic of Iran draws attention once again to the international responsibility of the countries that support the Zionist regime in everyday crimes, gross violations of human rights and violations of international laws and regulations,” he went on to say.
During their meeting in London, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and the Israeli regime’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, voiced concern over what they called Iran’s “destabilizing activity” in the region.
Source: Tasnim News Agency