Iran is the root cause of instability in the Middle East? Iranian Foreign Minister: Saudi Arabia and the United States are

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 Iran is the root cause of instability in the Middle East? Iranian Foreign Minister: Saudi Arabia and the United States are


In an interview with American media, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif refuted the allegations that Iran supports terrorism in the Middle East, saying that Saudi Arabia and the United Statesactions have led to a dangerous escalation in the Middle East.

Russian Satellite News Agency reported on the 16th that Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif refuted the view that Iran is the root of instability in the Middle East in an interview with CNBC at the Doha Forum in Qatar. Zarif said the instability in the Middle East was caused by the wrong policies being implemented by Saudi Arabia and its Western allies.

I think actions speak louder than words, and people are witnessing the root causes of instability in the region, whether in Yemen or elsewhere, Zarif said.

Zarifs reference to Yemens civil war is called the worlds most serious humanitarian crisis by the United Nations. Reported that Saudi Arabia blamed Yemens Hussein rebels for responding to the crisis, accusing them of having Tehrans support, while Iran blamed Saudi-led air strikes for thousands of deaths. International aid organizations and governments have been urging Saudi Arabia and its allies to stop air strikes. At present, 12 million people in Yemen are facing hunger. Five international aid organizations issued a statement earlier this month warning that if Washington did not end its support for Saudi Arabia, it would also be responsible for the greatest famine in decades. On December 13, the Swedish peace talks on Yemen ended, and the warring parties reached agreement on ceasefire and prisoner exchange in Hodeida. This is the most important step towards peace since the outbreak of war. Source: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com author: Zhang Feiyang responsible editor: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143

Zarifs reference to Yemens civil war is called the worlds most serious humanitarian crisis by the United Nations. Reported that Saudi Arabia blamed Yemens Hussein rebels for responding to the crisis, accusing them of having Tehrans support, while Iran blamed Saudi-led air strikes for thousands of deaths.

International aid organizations and governments have been urging Saudi Arabia and its allies to stop air strikes. At present, 12 million people in Yemen are facing hunger. Five international aid organizations issued a statement earlier this month warning that if Washington did not end its support for Saudi Arabia, it would also be responsible for the greatest famine in decades.

On December 13, the Swedish peace talks on Yemen ended, and the warring parties reached agreement on ceasefire and prisoner exchange in Hodeida. This is the most important step towards peace since the outbreak of war.