Negative terrorism ripples to catch terror advocate states

TEHRAN, Oct. 20 (MNA) – Hossein Jaberi Ansari, Iranian Deputy FM for Arab-African Affairs, met with Brazilian Undersecretary General Responsible for Africa and the Middle East Fernando Jose Marroni de Abreu.

“Some regional players are using terrorism instrumentally neglecting the fact that terrorism spreads beyond limitations and terror groups have their own agenda which would finally trouble the terror advocate states,” said Hossein Jaberi Ansari, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab-African Affairs on Wednesday in his meeting with Fernando José Marroni de Abreu Brazil’s Undersecretary General for Africa and the Middle East in Tehran.

Referring to the spread of terrorism in the region and the world, the Iranian diplomat commented on the concept of ‘terrorist occupation’ and maintained that while the current struggles in the region are political and solvable not sectarian or ethnic, some entities insist, with their fake propaganda and ethnic representation of the crisis, on following their tactical interests and objectives, even if the result of such policies create disagreements leading to unsolvable global crises.

“Current developments in Western Asia and Northern Africa are rapid and deep while the opposition of different players’ interests have made the situation more complicated,” asserted Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister, “the Islamic Republic of Iran gives a high status to Brazil in its own foreign policies and is ready to share and exchange views with Brazilians to tackle with regional and global crises.”

The Brazilian Undersecretary General, in this meeting, for his part, contended that Brazil is seeking development of ties with most of West-Asian countries and the Islamic Republic of Iran is one of the key players with geopolitical importance in the region making it more important for Brazil to bolster cooperation and negotiation with Tehran.   

“Although Brazil is too far from the region, but it hopes to contribute to the solution of the crises in the region,” articulated Fernando José Marroni de Abreu.