Iran refutes Zionist regime’s claims as scenario to spoil Tehran-Ankara ties

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said on Friday that the accusations made by the foreign minister of the Zionist regime during a joint press conference with Turkish foreign minister was a preplanned scenario to spoil Iran-Turkey relations.

Khatibzadeh added that the accusations were part a conspiracy to deviate public opinion in Turkey and in the broader region from the cause of Palestine the child-killer malign Zionist regime’s terrorist acts.

Unfortunately, a psychological warfare had begun since a week ago to make the media busy with invented scenarios using incorrect, biased information to prepare the environment the reveal the final scenario raised by the foreign minister of the Zionist regime, the spokesman said.

Turkey very well knows that how baseless are the allegations, Khatibzadeh underlined, adding that Iran expected Ankara to avoid keeping silent over the issues.

Iran’s response to the Zionist regime’s terrorism and sabotage acts would always be decisive, powerful and without any threat to the lives of ordinary citizens and other countries, according to Khatibzadeh.

No one but the Zionist regime itself would believe its show of affliction and those who display a superficial sympathy based on temporary interests know in truth the extent of the danger of the Zionist regime, Khatibzadeh underlined.

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