According to Iran’s Defense Minister Amir Hatami, foreign actors cannot realize their security plans in the region, because they are not familiar with its nature, and such schemes do not comply with the interests of regional powers.
Speaking to reporters, who have arrived in Moscow to take part in the International Security Conference, said that foreign plans to increase the level of security in the Middle East would inevitably fail. At the same time, he added that it was the alliance formed by the resistance front that had helped the Syrian government fight and defeat Daesh*, while the US-led coalition pursued its own interests in the anti-Daesh campaign, having chosen a selective approach towards terrorists.
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A recent report by CNN has suggested that the US military had been considering dispatching more troops to Syria just days before President Donald Trump announced that the United States would “be coming out of Syria, like, very soon.”
Last month, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei lashed out at the United States, claiming that it was Washington that had created Daesh, and that it had had “no incentive to destroy” the terrorist group.
Iran and the US have been experiencing diplomatic frictions over the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or the Iran nuclear deal, which stipulated the…