Iran Not to Per­mit Visit To Its Mil­i­tary Sites

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TEHRAN (IRNA) - Iran will not per­mit to for­eign­ers to visit its mil­i­tary sites, a se­nior cleric said on Fri­day.

Both the Joint Com­pre­hen­sive Plan of Ac­tion (JCPOA) and the ad­di­tional pro­to­col in­clude no item that per­mits for­eign sides to in­spect Iran mil­i­tary sites, Tehran In­terim Fri­day Prayers Leader Ay­a­tol­lah Ah­mad Khatami said.

Else­where in his re­marks, he con­demned atroc­i­ties against Mus­lims in Myan­mar, adding that Zion­ist regime is the main sup­porter of eth­nic cleans­ing of Mus­lims in the south­east Asian coun­try.

Point­ing to mur­der of peo­ple in Ye­men, Myan­mar and other parts of the world, the cleric said, ‘Again, we are wit­ness­ing the muted re­sponse of in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity and Is­lamic coun­tries.’

Ay­a­tol­lah Khatami called the Iraqi au­ton­o­mous Kur­dish re­gion call for hold­ing ref­er­en­dum on state­hood an­other con­spir­acy for par­ti­tion of the re­gion.

‘The Iraqi Kur­dis­tan re­gion of­fi­cials should un­der­stand the fact that they are play­ing a game at the in­ter­est of Zion­ist regime,’ he noted.

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