The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has said that Iran respects the territorial integrity of its neighboring countries.

“Iran believes that thr fragmentation of [regional] countries will pave the way for dominance of the Takfiri terrorist thinking over Islamic territories, a development which would contradict the strategic interests of the Muslim world,” Ali Shamkhani said Monday.

He emphasized that Iran was not even in support of the toppling of the Saudi family regime.

“The [Potential] collapse of Al Saud does not at all mean it would be replaced by a desirable government,” said Shamkhani.

He explained that the topple of the regime could just lead to the continuation of the extremist Wahhabi ideology.

“Is Saudi Arabia going to escape unscathed should the bane of disintegration start to engulf the region’s countries,” he questioned.

 

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