Published: Thu, June 15, 2017
World Media | By Joan Schultz

Iran says Saudis suspected of being behind terror attacks

Iran says Saudis suspected of being behind terror attacks

He further underscored commitment of the European countries to the implementation of the nuclear deal signed between Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, France and Britain plus Germany) in July 2015.

Relations between the two neighbours are at their most tense in years.

Tehran blasted Trump's reaction, with Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif describing the comments as repugnant and saying Iranian people would reject claims of United States friendship.

Press TV reported that Tehran MP Elias Hazrati said the assailants were armed with two Kalashnikovs and a handgun.

"America is a terrorist country and backs terrorism... therefore, we can not normalize ties with such a country", Khamenei said.

The source noted that Humayqani's inclusion on the Saudi terror list is proof that Saudi Arabia, which created the coalition to support Yemen's legal government and combat terror, "won't make it easy for those proved to be involved in supporting and financing terror".

Earlier, Iranian Parliamentary Speaker Ali Larijani accused Washington of being an ally of Islamic State in the region.

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On Monday, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif blamed the US of disregarding its part of obligations under the nuclear deal, adding that US President Donald Trump will be forced to stick to it under global pressure.

Zarif had arrived in Oslo on Monday to take part in Oslo Forum.

Last Wednesday, terrorists attacked the Iranian Parliament and the Mausoleum of the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, in the capital Tehran, killing as many as 17 people.

Following the incident, the so-called Abdullah Azzam Brigades claimed responsibility for the bombings.

Though the crown prince did not elaborate on his remarks, analysts say it can not be anything other than doing terrorist activities inside Iran.

He added: "The US must know that the Islamic Republic will not back down from positions such as battling oppression and defending Palestine and will spare no efforts towards defending the people's rights".

Commenting on the statement at the time, Zarif called it "repugnant" and slammed a new round of U.S. sanctions against Iran recently approved by Senate.

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