Nasser Kanaani, Iran’s FM said that that the US attacks were a “violation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq and Syria, international law, and a clear violation of the United Nations Charter”.
Iran's Foreign Minister called like a 'strategic error' the U. S. attacks launched on Syria and Iraq at the same time it pointed that the attacks on those Arabic nations are a ‘violations of the sovereignty and territorial integrity’ of the two countries.
Iran also emphasized that the attacks, launched by U. S. on Syria and Iraq's Iran-backed groups yesterady, will only add to tensions and instability in the Middle East heightened by Israel’s military campaign in Gaza.
Nasser Kanaani, Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson, said in a statement this Saturday that the US attacks were a “violation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq and Syria, international law, and a clear violation of the United Nations Charter”.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has categorically condemned the #UnitedStates’ military attacks on areas in #Iraq, #Syria, #Yemen, which will have no result other than the escalation of tensions and instability in the region.https://t.co/gyN0LQpYbo#MiddleEast https://t.co/1Tu0uCuPHK— Foreign Ministry, Islamic Republic of Iran ���� (@IRIMFA_EN) February 3, 2024
The Ministry urged the United Nations Security Council and the international community to prevent the expansion of the crisis, at the time he added that “the continuation of such adventures is a threat to regional and international peace and security”.
“Roots of the tension and crisis in the region go back to the occupation by the Israeli regime and the continuation of this regime’s military operations in Gaza and the genocide of the Palestinians with the unlimited support of the US,” highlighted the Iran's statement.
The Iranian FM also pointed that stability and security to the region cannot be imagined but through focusing on the root cause of the crisis and resolving it, referring to Israel’s attacks on the Arab population in Gaza and it occupation of the Palestinian's land.
“The strikes will continue at times and places of our choosing,” said after the attacks the US president Joe Biden, noting that the attacks on Middle East will continue.