Iran refutes UK accusations of involvement in attacks on vessels in Red Sea

- Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani has ruled out the baseless allegations leveled by the British government saying that Iran had nothing to do with the Yemeni army attacks in the Red Sea.

Referring to the baseless allegations raised by the British government against Iran about its involvement in the Red Sea attacks, Kanaani said on Tuesday that such allegations are made in line with certain political goals and indicate the attempts of the British authorities to turn the realities of the region upside down and it also shows that they are influenced by third parties, including the child-killing Zionist regime.

While condemning the unconstructive statements and actions of some British officials, who themselves are a threat to regional and international peace and stability, Kanaani emphasized that the Resistance groups in the region do not receive orders from the Islamic Republic of Iran to confront and respond to the war crimes and genocide of the child-killing Zionist regime.

He underlined that the Resistance groups in the region decide and act based on their own principles, priorities, and the interests of their country and nation.

Kanaani advised the British authorities to condemn the crimes of the occupying Zionist regime instead of making baseless allegations and spend their efforts on stopping the war crimes of the Zionist regime against the citizens, women, and children of Palestine and on facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid according to international regulations and responsibilities.

Earlier, the UK government issued a statement condemning the attack on the Zionist regime’s vessels in the Red Sea and repeating unfounded allegations about Iran's links to resistance groups' operations in the region.

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