Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kana’ani said that Israel is unable to salvage its shaky foundation through all-out attempts to expand its presence in West Asia, and further underlined that Tehran is carefully keeping track of the Zionist regime’s actions in the region.
Kana’ani wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that the regional movements of the Zionist regime will not remain hidden from Iran’s pervasive eyes, referring to Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s visit to Azerbaijan.
“The Israeli regime is not reliable and the Zionists’ struggle to expand its regional presence will not help mend the shaky internal foundation of the fake regime,” the spokesperson underscored.
The senior diplomat added that the Zionist regime is hated by countries of the world and will have no future.
Herzog landed in Azerbaijan on Tuesday in the latest stage of a very public evolution of ties between Tel Aviv and Baku, as, according to analysts, Israel and Azerbaijan “have grown increasingly more comfortable about their relations”.
Herzog stressed the “threat that Iran poses to regional stability ans security” in his meeting with Aliyev. The Israeli president stated that the president of Azerbaijan is a true friend of Tel Aviv.
The Azerbaijani president, for his part, stated that Herzog’s visit will give a “great impetus” to the development of bilateral ties.
Relations between Azerbaijan and Israel got warmer following the opening of the Baku embassy in the occupied Palestinian territories. Israel has had an embassy in Baku since 1992.
Iranian officials say foreign intervention in the West Asian region would further complicate the situation. They stress that stability and security in the region can be achieved through cooperation among the regional states and in absence of outsiders, and the path of resolving problems runs through the regional countries’ capitals, not through seeking recourse to extra-regional forces.
Back in 2020, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain signed United States-brokered agreements with Israel to normalize their ties with the TelAviv regime. Some other regional states, namely Sudan and Morocco, followed suit soon afterward.
Palestinian officials censured the deal between the Arab countries and Israel to establish normal diplomatic relations, describing the agreement as a “treacherous stab in the back of the Palestinian nation”.
The international community has strongly condemned the latest Israeli brutal raids in the Gaza Strip, voicing its deep concern over the latest rounds of violence by the Tel Aviv regime against Palestinians in the besieged coastal enclave.
Iran describes Israel as the root cause of the region’s instability and insecurity, but also stresses Israel’s US-supported barbarity will not change the inevitable fate of the Tel Aviv regime.
Tehran says the history of the apartheid regime is full of assassinations, massacre, torture and killing of Palestinian kids, and described Tel Aviv regime’s atrocities and massacre of Palestinian women and children as indicative of the destitute of Zionists. Iranian officials say the Tel Aviv regime has been struggling for more than 70 years to exit its identity crisis which has been mixed with genocide, plunder, forced displacement and scores of other inhumane moves.