Iran Not to Permit Visit To Its Military Sites
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.