Iran Claims Not Expanding Scope Of Tensions In The Region And In The War But It’s Polarizing His Foreign Policy Around The Mideast Conflict

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TEHRAN, Feb. 05 – Iran does not seek to expand the scope of war and tension in the region, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson said, adding that Iran made many efforts to stop the attacks of the Zionist regime in the region.
According to an Iranian Intelligence Secret brief the toll of Gaza war has been 27,365 people dead, 7,000 were missing, and 6,630 were injured in the 122nd day of war. Iraq’s Islamic Resistance group keeps eyes on US bases in Syria and Iraq for further escalation. Iran commits to Iraq’s security, and ignores US and UK requests. Iran, Russia, China to hold joint naval drill to contain US and UK while Iran starts construction of fourth nuclear reactor ignoring the IAEA policies as a sovereign country.
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The US and UK have chosen Netanyahu’s interests and prefer them to the interests of the international community and do not have a correct understanding of regional issues, Kan’ani said.

He further continued that the US government wants to pave the way for the Zionist regime to commit genocide in Gaza.

The center of the region’s crisis is in Palestine, and the solution to end the crisis is to end the crimes of the Zionist regime, Kan’ani noted.

The action of the American and British regimes against Yemen is a clumsy action that violates international regulations and aims to divert public minds from the main focus of the crisis in the region, he said.

Iran does not seek to expand the scope of war and tension in the region, he said, adding that Iran made many efforts to stop the attacks of the Zionist regime in the region.

Kan’ani emphasized that Iran is not after escalating tensions in the region, but rather, seeks to pave the ground for peace and stability and prevention of the spillover of the crisis across the region.

“Iran does not have a proxy group in the region,” he asserted, adding, “It is the US that uses the Zionist regime to secure its interests in the region.”

He also dismissed the need for direct talks between Tehran and Washington, saying the two sides have exchanged messages through intermediaries.

Diplomatic relations of Iran and Afghanistan

About the regional contact group which has been formed to resolve the crisis in Afghanistan, Kan’ani said that the initiative of setting up a regional contact group to resolve the issues of the neighboring country was put forward by Iran at the Moscow summit nearly four months ago.

Iran held talks with respective parties in this regard, he said, adding that a regional contact group including Iran, China, Russia, and Pakistan was eventually formed.

The countries agreed to hold a meeting in Kabul, he said, noting that the meeting was convened on January 29 in Kabul.

“At the meeting, the participants discussed the ongoing developments in Afghanistan in a bid to help restore and expand stability, peace and development in the country.”

He expressed hope that the people of Afghanistan would witness an improvement.

Issues on Arash Gas Field

Regarding the Arash Gas Field and the claims of Kuwait and Saudi Arabia in this regard, he said that he has clearly expressed Iran’s stance on the issue.

What is raised could be followed up within the framework of the legal mechanism between the two countries, the official noted.

Kan’ani advised the countries to refrain from raising the technical topics on the media as the move would be of no use in resolving the issue.

Iraq’s Islamic Resistance targets US base in E Syria

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Iraq’s Islamic Resistance group keeps eyes the US bases in Syria’s al-Omar oil field early on Monday.

It said that the Iraqi resistance combatants launched the attack against the US base, in support of the people of Gaza against the attacks of the Zionists and against the American occupation in the region.

Resistance groups based in Iraq have repeatedly hit US bases on Iraqi and Syrian territories with missiles and drones over the past weeks in retaliation for the Israeli regime’s crimes against Palestinians in Gaza.

The groups are also outraged at the US military presence in the region, which they see as a source of instability, as well as Washington’s support for the Israeli regime in its ongoing war on Gaza.

Iran, Russia, China to hold joint naval drill

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TEHRAN, Feb. 05 – Iran, Russia, and China are set to hold a joint naval drill with the aim of securing regional security.

The naval drill will be held by the end of the current Iranian year, Iran’s Navy Commander Admiral Shahram Irani announced that other countries were also invited to participate in the exercise.

The most important strategy of the Iranian navy in the current situation is to preserve and protect the interests and economic resources of the Islamic establishment and the Iranian nation.

The Iranian Army Navy protects the shipping of the Islamic Republic of Iran and helps countries that need support to ensure security and safety, Irani added.

Iran starts construction of fourth nuclear reactor in Isfahan

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TEHRAN, Feb. 05 – The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has announced that the Islamic Republic has kicked off building the foundation for a home-grown nuclear reactor in the central city of Isfahan.

Mohammad Eslami said on Monday that the 10-megawatt research reactor in Isfahan will become Iran’s fourth nuclear reactor in the region.

Eslami said that the process of designing and constructing reactors requires some detailed studies, preparation, and equipment designs, adding that plans for the new reactor in Isfahan had started last year.

He said that the a second phase of the project started on Monday with pouring concrete for the foundation of the reactor.

According to the AEOI chief, the research reactor is being constructed to create a powerful neutron source with high neutron flux for a variety of applications.

Eslami said that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has referred to the nuclear research center in Isfahan as one of the facilities dedicated to training objectives, adding that Iran is using the center to assist Iranian academic centers and to train human resources.

AEOI chief visited Isfahan nuclear site to attend the inauguration ceremony of a unit for the production of Tellurium hexafluoride (TeF6) which is a stable radioisotopes used for medical diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

Iran committed to Iraq’s security, stability: Security chief

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TEHRAN, Feb. 05 – Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Akbar Ahmadian says that the country is committed to the security and stability of neighboring Iraq.

Ahmadian made the comments in a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani on Monday.

During the meeting, the SNSC chief expressed Iran’s willingness to act based on a joint security agreement with Iraq in order to preserve the security of both states.

The Iraqi prime minister, for his part, emphasized that Baghdad has proven its adherence to the principles of good neighborliness and establishing the best relations with the countries of the region.

Earlier on Monday, Ahmadian met with Iraqi National Security Advisor Qassim al-Araji.

Tehran welcomes Khartoum’s request to restore ties

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TEHRAN, Feb. 05 – President Ebrahim Raeisi told the visiting Sudanese foreign minister on Monday that Tehran welcomes Khartoum’s request to restore bilateral relations.

Visiting Ali Al-Sadiq Ali, Sudan’s acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, was received for a meeting by President Ebrahim Raeisi in Tehran on Monday. 

The president referred to the existing potential in the two countries and the mutual will of the officials in both countries to promote political, economic and cultural interactions, and considered the exchange of ambassadors and the reopening of embassies in Tehran and Khartoum as a suitable ground for the revival and development of relations between the two countries.

Raeisi further pointed to the recent developments in the region and emphasized that keeping distance on the part of countries from the Zionist regime is one of the basic policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and added, “The negligence on the part of some Islamic countries from this basic policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran has caused heavy losses to the Islamic Ummah.”

The President stated that the criminal Zionist regime, which has always sought to hinder the path of progress of Muslims by creating sedition and conspiracy, can never be a friend to Islamic countries and would be never interested in the progress and development of Muslim nations.

He further condemned the action of some Islamic countries in normalizing relations with the regime and considered Zionism to be opposed to the identity and nature of these countries.

The Iranian president added, “Today, the Islamic Ummah’s major question to some Islamic countries is that how they still maintain their relationship with such a regime with its high-level of criminality and child-killing.  “If these countries had tried to cut off their relations with the Zionists, today we would not have witnessed the continuation of attacks and bombings against the oppressed and Muslim people of Gaza,” Raeisi continued.

Ali Al-Sadiq Ali, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sudan, for his part, emphasized in the meeting the readiness of his country to restore political and diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Caretaker Sudanese minister further appreciated the Islamic Republic of Iran’s political support to the people of Sudan in international organizations and emphasized his country’s interest in developing relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran and announced his country’s readiness to increase economic and commercial cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The Owner of George V Magazine, Intelligence Unit
Jorge Jimenez Neubauer Torres retrieved this confidential report from Iranian Intelligence.

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