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Warsaw Summit another hostile US action: Iraqi Hezbollah

 

Spokesman for Kata’ib Hezbollah, one of the Islamic resistance groups of Iraq, Mohammad Mohayi emphasized that the Warsaw conference is another hostile act by the United States against the Islamic Republic of Iran.

In an exclusive interview with the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Mohayi on Saturday added that ‘The US after failing its previous plans in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen, and the inability to change the geography of the region and to disassociate countries to the benefit of the Zionist regime, now through the Warsaw summit, is looking to create an anti-Iranian front.”

He added that the United States is dreaming of holding a Warsaw conference to create a new structure for the Middle East office in line with the Sykes–Picot Agreement.

The senior commander of Hashd-al-Shabi further said that after failing to meet its goals of withdrawing from Iran Nuclear Agreement and imposing unilateral sanctions against Iran, including quivering the domestic situation, the US is now struggling to compensate its failures.

The Iraqi figure reiterated that the United States is trying to hold a meeting in Warsaw while it has already been determined that the meeting has been failed in advance, and Russia and many other countries, even European allies has even refused to attend.

The US anti-Iran summit, which US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has unveiled at his recent visit to the region, is scheduled to take place in the presence of some of America’s allies, including some Persian Gulf states, especially Saudi Arabia, which is known for its hostile positions against Iran together with the Zionist regime.

It is said that some terrorist groups, such as the MKO, have also attended the meeting.

The major European countries, as well as many regional countries, including the major Arab countries and Turkey, have refused to participate in the summit, despite the Washington’s invitation.

Washington is trying to persuade the world’s most effective countries to participate in this anti-Iran summit, arguing that the summit will not merely against Iran and consider the Middle East situation.

Permanent Representative of Poland to the United Nations Joanna Wronecka dismissed certain US officials’ statements on Warsaw meeting to build coalition against Iran, saying that the meeting will not concentrate on a special country.

Russia’s UN envoy Vasily Nebenzya on Tuesday described Warsaw Meeting as an anti-Iran gathering, saying that the move will leave destructive impact on regional peace and security.

Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani described anti-Iran meeting in Warsaw as a show by Iranian enemies, and stressed that the enemies know the Islamic Republic of Iran has such a greatness in the region that cannot be vanished.

Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Monday that Iran has always been seeking to establish peace and stability in the region, but it will never allow any country to build coalition against its interests in the region or outside.

He made the remarks in a meeting with deputy foreign minister of Poland Maciej Przemysław Lang who is currently visiting Iran at the head of a political delegation.

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