Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said Israel is not at the level and size to talk about a war with Iran, stressing that the case of the assassination of Quds Force Commander Qasem Soleimani is “still open.”
Abdollahian said in an interview with the Croatian newspaper Cerni’s List: “Israel is not in a position to talk to us about the war as it faces big questions about its identity and existence.”
He continued: “These ostentatious actions of the Israeli entity or its talk of normalizing relations with some countries does not come from strength, but rather from weakness, so it’s not about the status and size that allows it to talk about war.”
In response to a question that Iran announced at the time that its bombing of US troops at the Ain al-Assad base in Iraq was not considered “the main revenge” for the killing of Soleimani, and that it was determined to avenge his blood, he said: ” This file is still open.”
Regarding the nuclear deal, Abdullahian said: “We were closer than ever before to an agreement in the previous round of talks last March, but during this period, America raised some new questions.”
He added: “America has put forward a new vision and announced that people whose names are removed from the sanctions list as a result of these negotiations are subject to being placed on the US sanctions list again for reasons other than the nuclear file. “
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