Iran strongly rejects any U.S. military intervention in Iraq and prepared to try to influence the election results

Iran strongly rejects any U.S. military intervention in Iraq and prepared to try to influence the election results

Posted, June 16, 2014 20:38

Iran strongly rejects any US military intervention in Iraq and prepared to try to influence the election results[Follow-up – where]

Stressed spokeswoman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry grander satisfactory, the country’s opposition to any military intervention by U.S. or foreign in Iraq due to the situation there, uncertain that Iraq possesses the necessary capacity and motivation folk to deal with terrorism and extremism.

The U.S. Department of Defense [Pentagon] had reported on Saturday that the U.S. defense secretary, Chuck Hagel, has ordered the move an aircraft carrier to enter the Gulf in the case was decided to resort to military options in Iraq, “adding that” the aircraft carrier [U. S. S. George H. W.. Bush] found in the North Arabian Sea and require a few days to get closer to Iraq, which includes dozens of fighters on board. ”

The most luxurious at a news conference in Tehran on Sunday, “There is no doubt that the current events aim to influence and change in the political process in Iraq and that the evidence suggests that America going to exploit the situation that exists in Iraq and influence the outcome of elections.”

She added, “From AlmaŚ©d that it should not expect support and assistance of the parties involved in the destabilization of security in Iraq.”

She said a spokeswoman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, “that Iran is pursuing current issues in Iraq with sensitivity and accuracy.”

The most luxurious, that “the attack of terrorists to Iraq occurred in the conditions in which the Iraqi people achieved a significant victory in the recent parliamentary elections that took place in this country, and that this matter is not borne by some countries.”

Taking warned the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman of the dire consequences of the exploitation of a tool of terrorism and the threat of terrorist groups, cross-border, confirmed the responsibility of governments and international communities to provide support to the government in charge of Iraq to remove the threat of terrorism and radical excommunicating.

U.S. President Barack Obama has stipulated that a reconciliation between Iraqi parties before any U.S. military intervention.

Obama said last Friday in a speech at the White House that “any possible U.S. military role must be accompanied by a political process that Iraqis appear possible for them to work together and stability in Iraq unless the Iraqis to resolve their differences.”

Obama called on Iraqi leaders to put their differences aside partisan, stressing that Washington would not send ground troops to Iraq, “adding, saying,” We invested a lot of money and training Iraqi security forces and leave Iraqi soldiers their headquarters nor are fighting a group of terrorists do not excel them in number, This is an indication of the deterioration in sentiment. “ended.

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