Suspicious nuclear activities, undermine regional security: Iran warns
The Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council has warned that suspicious nuclear activities by some regional countries, contribute to instability in the Middle East as well as the wider World.
Iran Press/Iran news: Speaking at a ceremony in Urmia in northwestern Iran, Rear Admiral Ali Shamkhani said that some countries in the region have spent oil revenues on nuclear projects, which could make the region, as well as the wider world, more dangerous.
Shamkhani said the nuclear threat is potentially more dangerous than the threat of Takfiri terrorist groups such as ISIS (also known as Daesh) terrorists, Iran Press reported.
He went on to say that Iran constantly monitors the movement of foreigners in the region, as well as any suspicious activity in West Asia.
Shamkhani added: "We are constantly monitoring all the movements of foreigners and anything suspicious in the West Asia region, especially the abnormal actions of some regional countries whose bleak history tells of their support for various terrorist and extremist groups."
He also said that the fifth decade of the Islamic revolution will be a decade of irrational problems and we shall see the decisive victory of the Iranian nation and the powerful Front of Resistance.
Shamkhani reiterated that the new year in Iran would be the year of revolutionary thinking in the country and the year of confronting foreign enemies.
The United States is rushing to give Saudi sensitive nuclear technology. Riyadh, which has said it wants to be self-sufficient in producing nuclear fuel, has refused to sign a deal with Washington that would deprive it of enriching uranium.
But there are concerns that the United States’ decision to sell nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, provides the kingdom with the opportunity to develop nukes. 101/202/211