Reuters Aziz Taher
The Secretary-General of the Lebanese “Hezbollah”, Hassan Nasrallah, welcomed the negotiations that began between Iran and Saudi Arabia, stressing his support for “any dialogue that contributes to calming the region.”
In a speech he gave today, Friday, on the occasion of “Jerusalem Day,” Nasrallah touched on the negotiations launched recently between Riyadh and Tehran and the recent statements made by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman regarding Iran, stressing that all of this “is in the interest of the axis of resistance.”
Nasrallah stressed that any negotiations Iran enters into will not be at the expense of its allies, adding: “Experience has shown that Iran does not abandon the allies, sell them or negotiate on them, and therefore we support every Iranian-international or Iranian-Arab dialogue because it contributes to strengthening the axis of friends.”
And he continued: “Those who should be concerned about the Iranian-Saudi dialogue are America’s allies in the region, and those who make money on political stances. As for Iran’s friends, they have high confidence that what is happening is in the interest of the axis of resistance.”
The Secretary-General of “Hezbollah” described Iran as the strongest country in the enterprise axis despite American, Israeli and Western efforts aimed at toppling its government, adding that “all American and Israeli bets regarding Iran have fallen these days.”
He pointed out that the Islamic Republic had crossed the previous stage and responded “seriously” to the incidents that occurred at the Natanz nuclear facility, especially by raising the level of uranium enrichment to 60%.
Source: Al-Manar + Central Military Media