Iran needs to use proxies to attack Saudi Arabia and destabilize the region. He told reporters on Friday that the US special representative in Iran, Brian Hook, said.“If we fail to fight Iran in Yemen, there will be a greater risk of conflict in the region,” he said.
The US envoy said they are working with the Arab Coalition to prevent Iran from arming the Houthis.
Hook also said Iran had no right to respond to diplomacy by “military force” the day after Tehran crashed a US reconnaissance plane on the Strait of Hormuz.
Our diplomacy does not give Iran the right to respond with military force, Hook said.“Iran needs to meet diplomacy with diplomacy, not military force” Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said on Friday that Iran reacted to the US ambassador, Hook, and said that he was responding to “diplomacy and diplomacy … the war with absolute defense.”Washington’s insistence on international waters, but Tehran’s airspace, which falls, indicating that the two countries between theUS tankers and its ally, Saudi Arabia, a series of attacks on the charges of Iran.
Tehran has denied that it lags behind the attacks but has often threatened to block the vital sea lanes in and out of the Gulf.“Iran is responsible for increasing tensions in the region. Hook continues to reject diplomatic extremes to reduce tensions. The US diplomat was in Saudi Arabia on Friday morning, where he met deputy defense minister Prince Khaled bin, Salman. The two discussed debates against Iran’s actions, Salman said.
We supported the kingdom’s support to the US’s maximum repression campaign that emerged as a result of the continued
hostility and terror of Iran and discussed the recent Iranian attacks on the kingdom, ”he said.US President Donald Trump, who said he did not want to fight over and over again, offered mixed messages on the plane and claimed that Iran had “made a huge mistake” – but at the same time accidentally dropped a “loose and stupid” Iranian general.
Tensions between Tehran and Washington have increased sharply since May last year when Trump unilaterally abandoned the single nuclear deal between the major powers and Iran and re-imposed sweeping sanctions.
The US strengthened its military presence in the Middle East and blacklisted Iran’s Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization.
Trump said he remained open to negotiations with Iran, but his senior leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, categorically refused to negotiate with Trump after he quit the nuclear deal. Khamenei said that Iran does not trust America and will not repeat the bitter experiences of previous negotiations with the United States ”.