Tehran De­plores Jor­dan King’s Anti-Iran Re­marks

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TEHRAN - Ira­nian For­eign Min­istry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi has dis­missed the re­cent re­marks by Jor­dan’s king on Tehran’s re­gional poli­cies, say­ing such ac­cu­sa­tions are in con­tra­dic­tion to the re­al­i­ties of the re­gion.

In a Sun­day state­ment, Qasemi pointed to the claims by King Ab­dul­lah II about an “Ira­nian cres­cent” and “Iran’s med­dling in the re­gion” and stressed that they are against the calls by the peo­ple and most coun­tries of the Mid­dle East for es­tab­lish­ing last­ing peace and se­cu­rity in the re­gion.

“Such un­fair state­ments can­not deny Iran’s sta­bi­liz­ing role, re­lent­less ef­forts in fight against ter­ror­ism and its con­tri­bu­tion to es­tab­lish­ing se­cu­rity in the re­gion.”

The spokesman went on to say ut­ter­ing such re­marks amid the crit­i­cal and hard con­di­tions of the re­gion does not meet the in­ter­ests of the re­gional gov­ern­ments and na­tions at all.

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