US secured terrorists with ‘targeted ceasefire’

TEHRAN, Oct. 15 (MNA) – Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the Iranian Parliament's Director General for International Affairs, said US pursued a ‘targeted ceasefire’ to save terrorists in Aleppo.

The official, while stating that excessive military and security interference of the US has led to severe instability in the region, noted “America’s recent blatant military attack in Yemen aimed to prevent serious political and military failure of Saudi Arabia.”

“Similarly in Mosul of Iraq, the White House seeks to save ISIL by transferring terrorists to Syria,” Amir-Abdollahian asserted.

He recalled that terrorists were almost defeated in Aleppo when Americans adopted massive political mobilization and followed a ‘targeted ceasefire’ in an attempt to rescue terrorists and irresponsible armed forces.”

The Iranian parliament speaker's special adviser on international affairs deemed America’s talking of a second plan or military force as a vital strategic error, “advocates of terrorism are warned to consider consequences of their actions and stop killing regional people by appealing to the blade of Takfiri terrorism.”