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US sees Iran’s tactful, sensible policies threat to own profiteering plans: Official

Iran has dismissed as baseless the recent US allegation that Tehran is undermining regional stability, saying American officials perceive the Islamic Republic's wise policies visA�vis the developments in the region as a threat to their meddlesome policies.

American officials see the independent and sensible policies of Iran... visA�vis the global and regional developments as a threat to their meddlesome and profitoriented policies, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said on Wednesday.

He noted that as one of the most ancient countries in the region, Iran has always regarded regional peace, stability, and security as its own.

The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that the real, serious threat to the regional security, stability and development is the US interference in the affairs of other countries, which is aimed at stoking instability and insecurity to achieve certain objectives, he added.

This came in response to remarks by US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert, who on Tuesday accused Iran of undermining stability and security in the Middle East and sponsoring terrorism.

Qassemi also rejected Nauert's claim that Iran was violating the spirit of the 2015 nuclear deal reached between Tehran and the P5+1 group of countries, including the US.

He said that Washington accuses Tehran of violating the spirit of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) while the US government has, over the past two years, acted against its obligations under the JCPOA through tensionprovoking measures, decisions and policies, adding that the US is expected to be committed to the successful implementation of the deal based on goodwill.

Source: Press TV


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