Jan 26, 2019, 1:13 PM
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Warsaw confab another hostile US plot against Iran: Iraqi pol

Baghdad, Jan 26, IRNA – An Iraqi political activist termed the Warsaw conference as yet another hostile shceme against Iran organized by the US.

Mohammad Mohi who is the spokesman for the Iraqi Kata'ib Hezbollah (Hezbollah Brigades) told the Islamic Republic News Agency in an exclusive interview on Saturday that 'After suffering defeat in Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen and also its failure in disintegrating regional country with the purpose of changing the geography of the region in line with the Zionist regime interests, the US is now trying to form anti-Iran front by holding the Warsaw conference'.

Mohi said, 'The US assumes that holding such a conference will help it create a new structure in West Asia in line with Sykes–Picot Agreement.'

The commander of Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) further said that after the US failed to achieve its desired goals from withdrawal of Iran's Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) which resulted in imposing unilateral sanctions on Iran, now it wishes to making up for its losses.

'The US is trying to hold the conference though it is totally aware that it is a hollow action which is already doomed to failure. Russia and even many European allies of the US have announced that they will not attend the event.'

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced in a recent visit to the region that he is going to co-host an anti-Iran meeting in Warsaw, Poland. He said some of the Persian Gulf Littoral states that hold anti-Iran positions as well as Israel are to attend the meeting.

Reputedly, some terrorist groups, including the MKO, are going to participate in the event, too.

Though asked to attend the meeting by Washington, big Arab countries and Turkey have already turned down the invitation.

Faced by numerous criticisms, Pompeo was later forced to claim that the meeting was not solely on Iran but the whole Middle East in the larger scope.

He has urged influential world countries to partake in the event.


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