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Anti-Kuwait Move in Friday Rallies Decried

Anti-Kuwait Move in Friday Rallies Decried Anti-Kuwait Move in Friday Rallies Decried

Iran’s Foreign Ministry said it disapproves of a picture going viral on social media that depicts a move insulting to Kuwaiti officials in the Friday rallies marking the 1979 Islamic Revolution, slamming the move to disseminate the image as suspicious. In comments on Friday evening, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi deplored the suspicious measure to publicize an insulting picture allegedly taken during the Friday rallies in Iran, saying it was aimed at harming relations between Iran and Kuwait, Tasnim News Agency reported. The image insulting the Kuwaiti officials and other leaders of the neighboring countries “contains an untrue perception of this neighboring state [Kuwait],” and is rejected by the Iranian government and nation, he underlined. Qasemi noted that anti-US or anti-Israeli protests are natural given their brazen hostility toward Iran, but the picture insulting Kuwait runs counter to “good relations” between Tehran and Kuwait City, to their “friendly and constructive” contacts and to the goals of the Islamic Revolution that entail unity among Muslim nations.

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