Israel seeks to disrupt Iran, West relations: Jahangiri

TEHRAN, Jan. 27 (MNA) – Iran’s first vice president has said Israel seeks to disrupt Iran's relations with the West.

On the sidelines of a ceremony honoring the martyr Allah-Dadi and a number of Hezbollah forces held in Tehran, Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri told reporters, “certainly, the Islamic Republic has been established and maintained because of the sacrifices by the martyrs whom we owe to defend and safeguard their causes.” He expressed hope that all the nation and the government maintain the path of martyrs.

Asked about his evaluation about the Zionist movement in recent months regarding the possibility of reaching an agreement on Iran’s nuclear talks, Jahangiri said, “Israel has sought to disrupt Iran's relations with the West.”

“They tried to transfer false information to the West on Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities, providing a situation to send Iran’s nuclear case to the Security Council and to exert pressure on our country,” he stressed.

Pointing to the Geneva agreement, Jahangiri said, following the Geneva interim agreement, everyone in the world realized that the Islamic Republic defends its nuclear rights strongly and logically and the world public opinion has changed dramatically on the false allegations that Iran was pursuing nuclear weapons.

 

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