government Iranian He denied the “threats” of the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinkenand demanded that Washington “think more about the political implications of such provocative statements.”
Blinken stressed on Sunday that Washington “prefers” diplomacy to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, but that this does not disregard military action. “Everything is on the table”stated.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Naser Kanani responded that Iran’s “It has repeatedly affirmed the peaceful nature of its nuclear activities” He added that nuclear weapons have no place in Iran’s national security doctrine.
“The U.S. government has will not tolerate any attack on its territory and interests. The Iranian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it will respond decisively to the aggressors in a way that will make them regret what they have done.
In additioncalled it “ridiculous” The United States declared that it supports the Iranian people in the context of the demonstrations that have been held since September over the murder of Mahsa Amini in custody and asked Washington to “end this hypocrisy and not underestimate the political situation”. Intelligence of the Iranian nation”.
“The US and its European partners will gain nothing from Iran’s continued lies about its internal affairs,” Kanani said. “Iran will hold them accountable for their anti-Iranian actions”.
Although Iran’s permanent mission to the United Nations stated that “Iran sees this possibility as low,” it warned that “using a military option at any level would mean the United States would go to war.” . .
Mission sources, in their statements to the US magazine ‘Newsweek’, stated that if “the United States miscalculated and started a war”, the consequences “for the region and the world” would fall on Washington’s shoulders. “There is no doubt that Iran has the capacity to defend its security and interests,” he said.
This came after the Iranian authorities’ statements. A series of explosions (centre) at an arms depot in the city of Isfahan, an incident attributed to a drone attack by Tehran. The US sources quoted by The Wall Street Journal later stated that Israel was behind the incident and that the US stayed away from what happened.
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