America is increasing tension in the region, Iran

ISLAMABAD, July 17 (Alliance News): A day after US President Joe Biden completed a visit to Iran’s rival Saudi Arabia and old enemy Israel, Tehran has accused Washington of escalating tensions in the Middle East.

According to the foreign media, a day after the US President’s visit was completed, the spokesman of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nasir Kanani, said in a statement that Washington is once again reviving the failed “Iran-phobia” policy. Trying to create problems and tension in the region.

It should be noted that this statement was issued by the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs when the US President pointed to Iran and reiterated that the US would not use armed forces, incursions or threats by any country on any other country in the region. Will not tolerate attempts to dominate.

US President Joe Biden’s visit to Saudi Arabia and Israel comes at a time when Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to visit Iran on July 19.

Joe Biden, speaking at a summit in Jeddah in the presence of the six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, including Egypt, Jordan and Iraq, assured Arab leaders that Washington will remain fully engaged in the Middle East and said that we are behind Will not back down and leave no way for China, Russia or Iran.

In the summit meeting held in Saudi Arabia, Joe Biden also talked about the creation of nuclear weapons by Iran, after which the Iranian Foreign Ministry denied such a statement made in Jeddah, denying the creation of any nuclear weapons.

A spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry said that such false accusations are part of Washington’s policy of creating sedition in the region.

The US President began his tour of the region in Israel on Wednesday, after which he visited the Palestinian territories and later left for Saudi Arabia.

In the Zionist state of Israel, Joe Biden signed a security agreement to promote a united front against Iran, where he pledged to use American power to prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

Following the US President’s deal, the Iranian Foreign Ministry responded through its spokesperson saying that the deal is a “sign of deception and hypocrisy” by the US as it closes its eyes to the Israeli government, which has The region has the largest number of nuclear weapons.

The 2015 nuclear arms deal between Iran and world powers was damaged by former US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal in 2018, after which Iran began violating its pledge not to develop nuclear weapons. Efforts were started in March this year to restore the


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