Iranian and Russian Foreign Ministers Allege US Attempting to Expand Regional Presence

In a recent phone call on Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov expressed their belief that the United States is seeking to create pretexts in order to extend its influence in the region.

Iran (IMNA) - The top diplomats discussed the matter, highlighting their concerns about the US's intentions. Additionally, Yemen has announced its commitment to blocking the passage of any vessels owned by Israel or destined for Israeli ports through the Red Sea.

Country Implements Policy Until Regime Ends Genocidal War in Gaza Strip with US Support

In a recent development, the country has declared that its policy will remain in effect until the regime puts an end to the genocidal war it has been waging against the Gaza Strip, with the backing of the United States. Tragically, the war has claimed the lives of over 23,200 Palestinians, a majority of whom are women and children.

Furthermore, aside from providing military and political assistance to the ongoing conflict, the US has made an announcement regarding the establishment of a naval coalition. This coalition's primary objective is to patrol the Red Sea, serving as a response to Yemeni strikes.

US Seeks UN Security Council Ratification for Resolution Accusing Yemen of Endangering Red Sea Maritime Security

The United States recently made an attempt to have the United Nations Security Council ratify a resolution accusing Yemen of posing a threat to maritime security in the Red Sea. This move comes amidst growing concerns about the situation in the region.

Amir-Abdollahian, a prominent figure, stated that the developments in the Red Sea are closely connected to the Israeli regime's attitude towards Palestine and the ongoing situation in Gaza. He further criticized the US's proposal of such a resolution, suggesting that it is primarily aimed at facilitating an increased American military presence in the region and the Red Sea.

Echoing similar sentiments, Lavrov, another key figure, also viewed the US's efforts against Yemen at the Security Council as a means to expand Washington's regional influence. He added that the Americans appear to be less interested in addressing the root causes of existing crises.

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