Iran to present plan for Gulf security at UN General Assembly this week – World

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will present a plan to create security in the Gulf in cooperation with other countries in the region when he attends the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week.

Saudi Arabia and the United States accuse Iran of carrying out attacks against Saudi oil facilities on September 14 in what was the biggest assault on oil facilities in the world's leading oil exporter.

Iran denies its involvement in the attack, which was claimed by the Houthi movement in Yemen, a group aligned with Iran and currently fighting an alliance led by Saudi Arabia in the civil war in Yemen.

"This year we will present a plan to the world at the United Nations so that the Islamic Republic of Iran, in cooperation with the countries of the region, can create security for the Persian Gulf and the Oman Sea with the help of the countries of the region , Rouhani was quoted as saying on his official website.

He did not provide more details.

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, approved Friday to send US troops to reinforce the air and missile defenses of Saudi Arabia after the September 14 attacks on Saudi oil sites.

Rouhani said the presence of foreign forces in the region will create insecurity for oil and maritime transport.

Saudi Arabia has summoned the attacks on the facilities of Abqaiq and Khurais as proof of global will to preserve the international order, and will seek to form a united front in the UN General Assembly.

"We are not someone who will violate the borders of others just as we will not allow anyone to violate our borders," Rouhani said at a ceremony commemorating the anniversary of the 1980-1988 Islamic Republic war with Iraq, according to his page. official Web.

Long-range missiles, speedboats and warships were shown on video on state television as part of the ceremonies commemorating the anniversary of the war with Iraq.

The military parade marked the 39th anniversary of the eight-year war with Iraq that began when Saddam Hussein invaded Iran in 1980.

Similar parades were held in many important cities and towns across the country, including the port city of Bandar Abbas, near the Strait of Hormuz.

State television showed dozens of Iranian fast-attack ships, as well as air defense and other military equipment. He also carried images of the naval forces of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards who rapped alongside a sailboat.

The head of the powerful Revolutionary Guard, General Hossein Salami, threatened the "destruction of any aggressor" against Iran the day before.

Iran has long sought the evacuation of Western and American forces from the Arab Gulf countries, seeing it as a potential threat to the Persian nation.



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