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Iran: Spokesman Hits Back At Boris Johnson Over Allegations

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 24 September 2019
The Iranian Foreign Ministry hit back at British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over his claim that Tehran was involved in recent drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities, saying instead of making such “futile efforts” against Iran, the UK had better stop its arms sales to the kingdom.

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