Iranian Government Spox: No country dares to attack Iran
Tehran(IP)-Iran's government spokesman Ali Rabiei said that eight-year resistance in the imposed war, and Iran's military might today, means that no country dares attack Iran again.
Iran Press/Iran news: Iran's government spokesman Ali Rabiei, speaking at a weekly press conference in Tehran, commemorated the Sacred Defence week and referred to the start of the new school year on Monday, saying: "During the eight-year-imposed war we did not lose even an inch of territory, and our resistance means that no country dares to attack Iran today."
He added that countries in the region should learn from the imposed war and they should notice that Iran's coalition is different from other coalitions in the region because it based on cooperation and collaboration between countries, Iran Press reported.
Rabiei in his remarks said: "Today the Government has two main responsibilities towards the country. First, resistance against the US and its alliances, and also paying attention to the living conditions of workers and retired people and the less-well-off in the country."
He added: "We have a great relationship with China and we are eager to develop and extend it more. We also appreciate those countries who stand beside Iran during sanctions, among them China. Iran is seeking long term 25-year agreements with various countries. We welcome and receive warmly any foreign investment in Iran, but we offer no concessions or special credits to anyone".
Rabiei went on to say that no country can isolate Iran and the country is not alone in the world, The anti-Iranian front is failing every day and despite more sanctions, our resistance is expanding and public opinion around the world is in favour of Iran.