Iran Wants To Work With World Powers For Peace In The Middle East, Says Masoumeh Ebtekar
The Vice President of Iran, Masoumeh Ebtekar has revealed after previous month’s nuclear deal, they want to launch actions against the terrorists in the Middle East by working with world powers.
She also said that Iran has no intention at all to capture or dominating the locations, while her nation want to rebuild it’s the trust of neighboring states because Iran can’t fight alone with the militant organization in Middle East.
The Environmental Protection Organization Head also talked about the issue, as her country was being accused of fueling the terrorism throughout the Arabic countries which all were baseless allegations.
Iran has been facing accusations of providing all kind of support to the militant Lebanese Shia Islamist group Hezbollah, reportedly to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and Yemen’s insurgent Zaidi Shia Houthi group fueling unrest in Middle East.
Miss Masoumeh told BBC’s journalist Kim Ghattas in an interview— Ghattas has been granted permission to complete her assignment from there since June 2009 as huge tensions were seen after the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in country.
However, the Islamic Republic of Iran has showed praiseworthy attempts in war against well-known one of the brutal militant organization Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in while sending advisers to help the Iraq’s security forces as well as deploying Shia militias.
Iran’s VP also described about the latest contract, in which Iranian senior leaders have agreed to build limits for its sensitive nuclear activities as serious sanctions were imposed from other world powers.
Now, Iran is hoping to get co-operation of other powers as well neighboring countries to tackle terrorism.