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Monday, 21 December 2015 07:36

Iran’s foreign minister expresses his views on US conduct

Iran’s foreign minister expresses his views on US conduct

Following the approval of the resolution of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Board of Governors on closure of the case of so-called possible military dimensions in Iran’s nuclear issue, the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has started. While the executive phases of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action have taken shape, Iran’s Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, notes that a number of contradictory messages are sent by Washington; the majority of which are negative.

 

In an interview on Sunday, Iran’s foreign minister noted that implementation of the law that restricts visits to Iran is against the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, while adding that such ratifications are completely meaningless, because any Iranian or other person who has traveled to Iran has nothing to do with the tragic incidents that took place in Paris or San Bernardino or other tragedies that have occurred in other locations.

Iran’s foreign minister believes that implementation of this ratification discredits those, who have approved, confirmed and execute it.

The US conducts such unjustifiable measures under the pretext of campaign against terrorism, and claims that the US diplomacy has focused on campaign against terrorist outfits. Meanwhile, the international community expects that the result of this claim to be observed in practice. However, the regional developments do not prove this US allegation.

The US repeatedly points the finger of blame toward other countries in regard to emergence of terrorism and extremism. However, countless evidences prove that the West has played an irrefutable role in promotion of radical actions. Even, some of the US officials, such as the former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, have admitted that the US created Al-Qaeda terrorist outfit and has supported this terrorist group.

Meanwhile, the terrorist outfit, dubbed ‘Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ (ISIL) is currently used as a means by the US to infiltrate into the region.

The US statesmen, instead of confessing to their role in creation of terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda and ISIL, are making claims about the role of other countries in spread of terrorism. In a controversial measure to this end, the US announced that the nationals of 38 countries who have maintained a visa waiver for entry to US, from now on should obtain a visa for entry to US if they have traveled to one of the four countries of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Sudan in the past five years. This ratification might seem as an internal decision in the US. But, it tries to somehow isolate Iran. Hence, Iran’s foreign minister underscored that this act sends a very bad message to Iranians, revealing that the US has got used to maintaining hostile policies against Iran.

MR/MG

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