FM dismisses anti-Iran accusations

TEHRAN, Oct. 20 (MNA) – Ghasemi, the Spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry, called Americans to stop false flagging play and abandon military support to Saudi 18-months-old aggression to Yemen.

“Iran’s involvement in the attack to US warships on the Red Sea is a fictitious, imaginary, unfounded, and suspicious story,” said Bahram Ghasemi, the Spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday. His remarks came after the claims made by retired Admiral James Stavridis, dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts who served formerly as the former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO accusing Iranof using freed up resources in the region to spread anti-US ambitions.

“The American officials’ remarks of the past days are false, inappropriate, based on extreme skepticism, and resulted from their undecidability,” underlined the Iranian diplomat, “as we articulated earlier, the US government should be more watchful of the acts committed by those who have been for a period grappling in Yemeni mire of their own brutal and imposing aggression of scandalous defeat, which in their wrong speculation, can be get rid of with escalating tensions and broadening the domain of war and violence to get other parties involved in the futile war of Yemen.”    

He advised Americans to ‘stop projecting’ and to end ‘crimes, bloodshed, and the massacre of defenseless and oppressed people of Yemen’ who have been ‘victimized by the direct and indirect military support of the US to Saudi Arabia.

Scott Rickard, an American intelligence analyst, told the Press TV, on last Friday, that the failed missile attack to the USS Mason, a US Navy destroyer and the USS Ponce, an amphibious warfare ship, on last Sunday, was a false flag operation that the US is known to have staged in the past to justify military action.


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