Iran Warns US to Stop Interference in West Asia in Support of Israel

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Slamming the media reports on the US’ military deployments to the West Asia as part of Washington’s attempts to whitewash its waning power, the spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry advised the US to refrain from interfering in the region in favor of the Zionist regime.

In a post on his Twitter account on Sunday, Nasser Kanaani slammed the US warmongering efforts across the West Asia region, saying Washington’s military moves are part of an attempt to cover up its declining global power.

He made the comments in reaction to a decision by the US to deploy a nuclear-powered guided-missile submarine to the region and its relocation of a warship in the Mediterranean to the coast near Syria.

“Periodical reports about (the US) dispatching a submarine, moving warships or sending bombers to West Asia, under conditions when the new regional equations point to the emergence of a new order in which there is no need to extra-regional military forces, are part of the US government’s attempt to cover up the decline of its global power,” Kanaani added, Press TV reported.

“Through frequent warmongering and (efforts to) foment instability and discord in the West Asia region, the American regime is moving against the will of regional nations,” the Iranian spokesman stated.

“Washington had better come to grips with the new realities (on the ground) and refrain from any effort to intervene in the West Asia region and the Persian Gulf in line with the interests of the shaky Zionist regime,” Kanaani concluded.

Last Monday, the US announced it is relocating an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean to the coast near Syria as tensions are rising between Tehran and Washington over deadly attacks on Iranian military advisors in the Arab country.

The relocation of the US warship came after President Joe Biden claimed in March that the United States was not seeking a conflict with Iran.

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