Moroccan Charges Unwarranted

Moroccan Charges UnwarrantedMoroccan Charges Unwarranted

 The Foreign Ministry categorically rejected the “repetitive” accusations that Morocco’s foreign minister has leveled against Tehran, saying the baseless charges are yet another attempt to appease certain third parties. In comments on Thursday, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi denied the “completely incorrect and false” new allegations that Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita made against Iran in a recent interview with Fox News. “Moroccan officials’ attempt and insistence on repeating their false claims to justify cutting diplomatic ties with Iran and rehashing the baseless allegations against our country is a move to flatter certain third parties,” the spokesperson said, Tasnim News Agency reported. He did not name names.   “The Moroccan foreign minister is aware that his unfair accusations are all incorrect, false, and based upon delusions and stories written by others who resort to such provocations for the sake of their illegitimate interests and do not care about the real interests of the people of that country,” Qassemi said. In his talk with Fox, Bourita said, “I think it is clear that the interference of Iran in the internal affairs of the Arab and Muslim countries won’t stop in the Middle East and in the (Persian) Gulf countries.”


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