Iran's leader calls US regional policies a threat to Tehran and Moscow

By REUTERS
November 23, 2015 17:28

 
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DUBAI - Iran's supreme leader, at a meeting with Russian President Putin in Tehran on Monday, said US policies in the region were a threat to both countries and called for closer ties between Tehran and Moscow.

"The Americans have a long-term plot and are trying to dominate Syria and then the whole region...This is a threat to all countries, especially Russia and Iran," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said at the meeting on the sidelines of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) Summit in Tehran, according to the state news agencies.

"The United states is trying to achieve its failed military objectives in Syria now through political means," he added, referring to proposed peace talks to end the civil war in Syria.

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