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Denouncing Iraqi Spokesman Remarks

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini has voiced concern about accusations made by an Iraqi official against Tehran.

The Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh earlier said that as Iran had cut its support for insurgents in Iraq, Tehran and Washington should take advantage of the situation to hold a new round of talks on improving the situation in the war torn country.

Hosseini vehemently dismissed the accusations, calling on the Iraqi government not to be influenced by the psywar waged by the US.

He described the Iraqi government spokesman's remarks contrary to Iran's constructive political approach saying that Baghdad officials had repeatedly emphasized Tehran's positive role.

"Improvement of security as witnessed in Baghdad and other parts of Iraq is because of the enhancement of the capabilities of Iraqi security forces and police," Hosseini added.

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