Jan 4, 2019, 10:56 AM
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Ambassador: US plots doomed to failure

London, Jan 4, IRNA - Iran's Ambassador to London Hamid Baeeidinejad in a note on arming and sending equipment to the Saddam regime by the West and the East, particularly the United States, specified that the Iron will of Iran prevail over the US conspiracy in the Sacred Defense of Iran.

The Iranian ambassador to Britain in days concurrent with Karbala 4- and Karbala- 5 Operations, added, 'The country suffered a lot of casualties and hardship to maintain its independence during the Holy Defense.'

Baeeidinejad noted, 'On the anniversary of these two operations, one of the debates that arises in various ways every year is the issue of Western interference in the war in the interest of Iraq. Of course, this is evident to our nation and we have much evidence and our nation has felt it with its skin and blood that western and eastern countries supported the regime of Saddam during the Iran-Iraq war.”

'But in this juncture and concurrent with the anniversary of the two operations, the widespread support of Saddam by the West, especially the United States, will be revived, and from now on, there are significant documents in this regard. Therefore, these documents do not add anything to the knowledge of our nation that the West was trying to protect Saddam, but in some details and evidence it provides material that can be very important for our next generation and our country's efforts to claim justice.”

Iranian top diplomat on his telegram channel on the eve of the anniversary of operations Karbala-4 and Karbala-5 wrote that the weapons and equipment were sent to Saddam regime by the West and the East, especially the United States.

The Iranian diplomat also recalled the confessions of Howard Tischer, a member of the National Security Council of the United States in the court, as well.

Baeeidinejad wrote that although this needs not be proven, the publication of documents of this important international development in the future can further clarify the details of the issue.

But even so far, the publication of some documents, even on a limited scale, reveals important realities, said Baeedinejad.

'In the meantime, confessions of Howard Tischer, a member of the National Security Council (1977-1987) during 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq War, which were filed in a court in the Southern District of Florida as an attachment of documents to the court, contain important issues,” he noted.

The confessions were due to legal complaints in the years following the allied forces' invasion of Iraq over the transfer of critical materials from a US company to Iraq.


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