Iran Will Give Appropriate Response to Any U.S. Mistake
IRAN NEWS POLITICAL DESK
TEHRAN – Government Spokesman Ali Rabiei reacted to the U.S. president’s tweet regarding Iran’s efforts to plot against a U.S. diplomat and noted that Trump’s remarks are based on false reports.
He made the remarks on Tuesday, noting that the U.S. president made his remarks not based on the information provided by the intelligence of foreign policy organizations but according to false reports.
“We are sorry to see that U.S. officials make their remarks based on distorted reports that even led to Iraq and Afghanistan war in the past,” he added.
According to Rabiei, U.S. authorities, especially the current president, seek to disrupt regional peace.
U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to strike Iran “1000 times greater in magnitude” following a false report of a U.S. media on alleged Iran plan to assassinate a U.S. diplomat.
“We hope that U.S. would not commit another strategic mistake and certainly, if that happens, Iran will give an appropriate response,” Rabiei highlighted
Rabiei also called more interaction among the 3 branches of government as the best mechanism to be used at the time of fighting against today’s hardships faced by Iran.
The government spokesman said that the government’s authority to make some decisions in critical situations is low, adding that the combination of Iran’s branches of government and mutual understanding in decisions will help shorten the decision-making and implementation process.
“Coordination of the three branches of government can be effective in solving problems namely as COVID-19 which has created many problems for the world, Iran is the only country that also deals with it as well as sanctions simultaneously,” Rabiei added.
“A number of important issues require decisions that are not all in the hands of the executive power and the government, the full authority of the government in some decisions in crisis situations is in the lowest degree,” Rabiei said, adding: “Thus, the presence of two forces alongside the government and understanding in decisions both helps to shorten the decision-making process and leads to cooperation in implementation. This kind of cooperation in the current situation is one of the inevitable necessities of this historical period that the Iranian nation is experiencing.”
Referring to the 3 branches of government meeting on Sunday, Rabiei stated: “In this meeting, various issues were raised by the heads of the three branches of government, the most important issue was how to increase investment. Investment security and investment problems in the country were also discussed.”
“The other part of the meeting was devoted to discussing the expansion of exports with neighbors and the region, and the rapid return of currency to the wheel of production was discussed, and strong cooperation was envisaged,” added the spokesman
Rabiei noted: “Currency market and stock market issues, policies to reduce liquidity and reduce inflation, and plans and proposals that require the cooperation of the three powers were discussed in this meeting. Discussions were also held on how to coordinate legislative, regulatory, and judicial enforcement in various cases and the mechanisms that can quickly form such coordination.”
He reminded, “One of the topics of the meeting was regional issues. The sensitivities of our region today regarding the U.S. presence in the region and the conspiracies of the Zionist regime in the region were discussed.”