Tehran, December 22 According to the Islamic Republic of Iran News Agency, Ali Shamhani, secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, said in Tehran on the 22nd that Iran’s determination to stop the United States and its “puppets” from committing terrorism and destabilizing the region will force The United States finally withdrew its troops from Western Asia.
In a meeting with Afghan President’s National Security Adviser Hamdullah Muhib on the same day, Shamhani said that the assassination of Iranian and Iraqi military commanders by the United States in January this year, and the “insecurity” of the United States in Western Asia peaked.
Iran is determined to stop the United States and its “puppets” from continuing to commit terrorist, increasing tensions and destabilizing the region, and to force them to leave the region by retaliating against those who have committed “historical crimes”.
Shamhani said that Iran and Afghanistan should work together to stop the spread of terrorism and restore stability and security in the region.
On January 3 this year, the United States launched an attack in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, killing Qassem Suleimani, commander of the “Quds Brigade” of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, and Abu Mehdi Muhandis, deputy commander of the Iraqi Shiite militia armed “People’s Mobilization Organization”, and others. Since then, Iranian officials have repeatedly expressed reprisals.