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Aqa-Zadeh on recent U.S. military proposal:

Military hotline, U.S. new game

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Oct 9 (ICANA) –Member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian Majlis (Parliament), Ali Aqa-Zadeh Dafsari, denounces a U.S. proposal for establishment of a military-to-military hotline between Tehran and Washington as a political game.
Monday, October 10, 2011 3:04:19 PM
Military hotline, U.S. new game

In an interview with ICANA on Monday, Aqa-Zadeh said: "The proposal marked 'America's new game' intended to manipulate the public opinion in the Muslim world."

"Washington, by tabling this proposal, seeks to present Iran as a threat to the Middle East, while itself, by dispatching warships and deploying military forces in several bases has occasioned an emergency situation in the Persian Gulf," he said.

He further noted: "If the White House officials are worried about insecurity in the Persian Gulf, they should immediately pull out their troops and warships from the [regional] waters, because the Islamic countries can maintain security in the region without the foreign intervention."

He said Iran rejected the offer as even assessing the proposal legitimized the US military presence in the Persian Gulf.

Senior officials from the U.S. President Barack Obama's administration recently forwarded the proposal, claiming that the measure would help head off potential conflicts in the oil-rich Persian Gulf region.

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