Zarif: "Mossad planning to kill the nuclear deal"
The Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad zarif, in a tweet on Thursday provided a list of Mossad actions and announcements in chronological order that point to the Israeli intelligence agency's efforts to kill off the Iran nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA.
According to an Iran Press report, foreign minister Zarif referred to the fact that some Israeli regime actions and announcements seem to coincide with anti-Iran announcements and activities in various countries. Zarif tweeted: "Incredible series of coincidences. Or a simple chronology of a Mossad program to kill the JCPOA ?"
Incredible series of coincidences. Or, a simple chronology of a MOSSAD program to kill the JCPOA? pic.twitter.com/Xg5e0C5DAA— Javad Zarif (@JZarif) November 1, 2018
Zarif: Mossad wants to chill expanding Iran-Europe relations
Also, on October 31, Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif said that anti-Iran claims and accusations made by Denmark should be seen as part of the Zionist intelligence agency Mossad's false flag operations aimed at dampening relations between Iran and Europe.
Zarif rejected accusations by Danish officials against Iran. Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted on Wednesday that "Mossad's perverse & stubborn planting of false flags (more on this later) only strengthens our resolve to engage constructively with the world."
Talking on the same topic of anti Iranian claims made by Denmark, Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi said on Wednesday that evidence shows the US, and Zionist regime and their regional puppets are trying to mar Iran-EU ties, just as a second round of US sanctions is about to be implemented.
Ghasemi further warned that European states should not allow third parties opposing the growing ties between Iran and Europe to press ahead with their unfounded accusations and planned destructive scenarios meant to chill relations between Iran and Europe.
On Tuesday, evening, Danish Police had claimed 'Iranian agents' were behind 'a foiled attack and assassination plot' on an Iranian dissident living in Denmark.
Iran's ministry of Foreign Affairs in response called the claims made by Denmark as "biased" and rejected them strongly.
Furthermore, the Iranian body also described raising those false claims as action "along with the plots and conspiracy of Iran's known enemies who are against progressive and positive ties between Iran and Europe at this vital juncture".
Meanwhile, the Zionist newspaper "Jerusalem Post" claimed on Wednesday that the Zionist regime had played a direct role in fabricating the Danish file against Iran.
Bahram Ghasemi also commented on Iran-EU relations on Wednesday October 31, when he said: "Whenever relations between Iran and the European Union begin to expand, invisible hands taking their cue from certain countries go to work, trying to harm these relations. Thus, the Danish government's accusations against Iran, and recalling of Denmark's ambassador from Tehran can all be looked upon from this angle."
On Tuesday, Danish intelligence chief Finn Borch Andersen claimed that an Iranian intelligence service had tried to carry out a plot to assassinate an Iranian Arab opposition figure on Denmark's soil.