Finally Iran has agreed to join talks table with Gulf Arab countries to deal with rising tensions in the Middle East, Tehran’s deputy foreign minister revealed on Tuesday.
The statement came from Iranian official in Qatar at the moment John Bolton arrived in UAE to address ‘important security matters’.
Abbas Araqchi expressed his nation opinion during his visit to neighboring Qatar where he met Foreign Minister of the nation is known for its futuristic skyscrapers, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani in Doha.
According to a statement by Qatari foreign ministry, both sides “expressed their concern about escalations and problems in the region”,
As we all have been noticing that Tehran experience tensions because of United States preparations to set a war against the Islamic Republic nation, Iran is on one side but Washington owns its Gulf allies Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the others.
Trump administration has shown its power setting everything to launch a war against the Ali Khamenei’s nation deploying a carrier strike group and bombers, as well as let his rival know about its plans to set out 1,500 further US troops to the Middle East, escalating fears of a clash.
John Bolton, who is National Security Adviser for the United States has been accused of promoting “regime change” in Iran currently, landed the UAE on Tuesday before talks planned for Wednesday.
However, tensions escalated between both nations when oil tankers in the Gulf were attacked and US accused Tehran who refused the allegations but circumstances went spoiled.
US Security Adviser described previous week the US had “deep and serious” intelligence on threats created by Iran, but he denied giving further details.
Mohammad Javad Zarif, Foreign Minister for Iran earlier lashed out at the US at the moment Mr. Trump worded Washington was not seeking establishment change in Iran but their interest was to prevent from acquiring nuclear weapons.