29 May 2019 - 06:44
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Iranian Interior Minister:
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli warned of the dangers threatening regional security, stressing the collective nature of security in the region.

RNA - Rahmani Fazli underlined that Iran has a unified outlook at security in the region and believes that any threat to regional security may involve all other countries as well.  

“Every country is entitled to defend its borders, rights and security,” he said. “As such, the Islamic Republic of Iran will defend itself with full power against any kind of aggression.”

Iran has repeatedly stressed that it has no intention to initiate a “hard” confrontation (war) against any country, Rahmani Fazli said.

In relevant remarks last Monday, Rahmani Fazli had also warned of attempts to distort regional security, describing Iran as the guardian of security in the region.

"Security in the region is integrated. Security of one or two countries cannot be distorted without leaving impacts on this integrity. Given the existence of energy (in the region) and its effect on the international security and relations, any incident in the region can create problem in the integrity of security and will certainly affect the international security," Rahmani Fazli said.

He noted that all analysts and governments were aware that they should act in a way that this integrity of security will not be damaged, adding, "Of course, Iran has always seen itself as the guardian of security in the region and has acted actively in the security, defensive and political relations in the region."

Rahmani Fazli said that Iran has dedicated the largest number of lives to the campaign against terrorism, specially the ISIL, and has always complied with its undertakings.

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