News ID: 240461
Published: 0132 GMT March 20, 2019

Iran MP: US negotiating with some terrorist groups

Iran MP: US negotiating with some terrorist groups

Chairman of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission said that after the defeat of ISIS the US is holding talks with and is supporting some terrorist groups.

Speaking to IRNA on Wednesday, Heshmatollah Falahat-Pisheh said the political geography of terrorists have changed, adding that the US is now trying to transfer terrorists through various ways to Afghanistan and Pakistan borders.
Describing new terrorists in Afghanistan and Pakistan borders as being more dangerous than ISIS, he said due to the fact that they are supported by the US they will be more dangerous, IRNA reported.
Falahat-Pisheh called for paving the grounds for establishing regional agreement between Iran, India, Russia and China, saying these countries will created an anti-terror square.
If no coalition or practical act has not been done against terrorist, the possibility of being surprised will be high, he noted.
Referring to Iran’s experience in fighting terrorism, he said Iran will be more prepared than other ones.
US supports Kashmiri terrorist against India, Tibet terrorist against China, Chechen terrorist against Russia and Jaish ul-Adl against Iran.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Falahat-Pisheh referred to Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission’s letter to UN Secretary General António Guterres to carry out preventive act against ISIS transfer to Afghanistan.
“On behalf of the members of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission at the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis), I express my gratitude for your efforts in combating terrorism,” the letter reads.
The Iranian Member of Parliament cited “real and impartial news and information” in his letter to assert that 'the USA government and some West Asian governments, that have traditional links with Salafi terrorism, are transferring the terrorists, especially their defeated leaders in Syria and Iraq to Afghanistan'.

 

   
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