Amir Abdollahian: Iran won’t tolerate Israeli presence near its borders

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian stressed that Iran will never tolerate Israeli presence near its frontiers.

Speaking at a televised program on Saturday night, Amir Abdollahian expressed concern over certain provocations by the Israeli regime near Iran’s borders in the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The Zionist regime, he said, used the flare-up of tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region earlier this year to establish a presence in parts of Azerbaijan.

He called the efforts “abortive” adding “We never tolerate the Zionist regime’s presence and its provocative measures near the Islamic Republic’s borders.”

A recent military maneuver conducted inside Iran near Azerbaijan’s borders was meant to relay a message of warning to the Zionists, the top diplomat underlined.

“The Islamic Republic has always declared its position of calling the Israeli regime illegitimate” the senior diplomat stated.

“We (just) know one country that is named Palestine, with the Noble Al-Quds as its capital. For many reasons, the Zionist regime has no place in the region’s future,” he added.

“The Zionists have taken even the Jewish hostage in the occupied territories,” Amir Abdollahian noted, reiterating Iran’s position that the territories’ fate has to be decided in a referendum that is attended by all the people there, notwithstanding their ethnicity or nationality.

 

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