Iranian Foreign Minister exposed 'diplomatic initiatives' raised by the country in search of a solution to regional crises
US is more concerned about oil than Yemen war, Iran accuses
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Friday highlighted his country's efforts in recent years and accused the United States of being more concerned about the oil attacks than the war in Yemen.
Zarif, as usual, turned to Twitter to expose "the diplomatic initiatives" recently raised by Iran in search of a solution to regional crises.
This includes the 2013 Syria Peace Plan, the 2015 Yemen Peace Plan, the 2017 Astana Process and the proposed Regional Non-Aggression Pact this year.
In this way, Zarif responded to yesterday's comment by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that his country wants "a peaceful solution" to the current crisis in the Persian Gulf, as well as building a coalition that "seeks peace."
Pompeo has spent the last two days in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which coincidentally announced that they were joining the coalition trying to form the US to protect shipping in the Persian Gulf and that this is seen as an initiative to further press Iran. .
During his trip, he collected information about last weekend's attacks on Saudi oil company Aramco's mills to gauge the US response.
The White House will study military options against Iran today, which warned it will respond in the event of an attack.
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