Tehran(IP)- The spokesman for Iran's foreign ministry said on Thursday: "It does not matter to the Islamic Republic of Iran who becomes {the next} president of the United States."

Iran Press/Iran News: "Americans are accustomed to launch counter-intelligence campaigns against some countries," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said on Thursday in response to remarks by the Director of National Intelligence in the Trump administration claiming that Iran was allegedly involved in the US elections.

Khatibzadeh stated: The Islamic Republic of Iran does not really care about US domestic policy; What happens inside America is about the American people.

The spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized: "The important issue for Iran is for the United States to fulfill its international obligations, to stop rebellion and arrogance;" Most importantly, it must respect the rights of the Iranian people and compensate for all the damage it has done to the Islamic Republic.

John Ratcliffe, the is Director of National Intelligence in the Trump administration, recently claimed that Iran, along with Russia and China, is trying to interfere in the US presidential election.

The Director of National Intelligence in the Trump administration. Added that China, Russia, Iran, and other factors are trying to achieve their goals by interfering or influencing the US elections.


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