Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major said on Tuesday that the new regional security formats exclude foreign parties.

Iran PressMiddle East: Mohammad Hossein Baqeri delivered an address at the Academy for Strategic and Defense Studies of Oman during a visit to Muscat.

Highlighting the formation of a new world order and the failure of the US to establish a unipolar system after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the Iranian general said the signs of waning power of the US have become obvious.

"We are confident that the new (world) order won’t be based on unipolar hegemony. One of the other features of the new order is that it will be a regional order," Major General Baqeri stated.

Bagheri reaffirmed Iran’s principled policy to support the formation of regional security arrangements without interference from extra-regional powers, saying, "The hegemonic powers have resorted to Iranophobia to obstruct such regional cooperation."

"Turning the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman into the waters of friendship, progress, and welfare for the regional people is achievable," the Iranian top general went on to say.

Bagheri also stressed the need for Muslim unity and fraternity to thwart foreign plots.

"We consider the main pillar of assuring security to be the indigenous nature of regional security which involves the participation of all regional countries and whose mechanism excludes any foreign power’s interference," he stated.

Referring to the failure of Abraham's peace plan, Bagheri clarified: "The plan that is being followed today as Abraham's plan by the US government in the region is to stabilize the Zionist regime occupation and continue the oppression that has been inflicted on the oppressed Palestinian people for more than seven decades but we are sure that the forces of righteousness will prevail."