No Palestinian group will accept Saudi pressure to cut relations with Iran: Presidential Chief of Staff
Iranian president's chief of staff has said Palestinian groups, including Hamas, oppose Saudi Arabia's pressure to cut relations with Tehran.
Iran Press/Iran news: Mahmoud Vaezi said Saudi Arabia has secret relations with the Israeli regime and asked Palestinian groups like Hamas to cut relations with Iran in a bid to lessen the pressure on the Zionist regime.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Vaezi said the departure of John Bolton from Trump administration shows that even the radical US government has found out that unilateralism and warmongering policies are of no use, Iran Press reported.
Iranian president's chief of staff said the second reason for Bolton's firing is that he had consistently failed in his policies, including in Venezuela, North Korea, and Iran.
"He had a most hostile policy towards Iran and on several occasions claimed the Iranian government would collapse within 3 months but his warmongering policies towards Iran caused his dismissal in the end," Vaezi noted referring to Bolton.
He added that a dip in the oil prices on Tuesday and Wednesday showed the world welcomed Bolton's departure from the White House. 101/211/205