Audio of Iranian Foreign Minister criticizing Qasim Sulemani
An audio recording of Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif has caused panic these days. In this audio, Zarif is heard criticizing the dominance of General Qasim Sulemani, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Iranian diplomacy. He also admitted in this conversation that his influence in Iranian diplomacy is almost nil. Explain that the United States killed Qasim Sulemani in a drone attack on January 3, 2020 in Baghdad.
Saudi news channel released a recording
Iran’s Foreign Ministry said the audio recording was part of an interview with Jawad Zarif, which he gave in March of last year. This Zarif interview was carried out by reformist economist and journalist Saeed Lailaz. However, the ministry says Zarif’s statement was distorted in this recording. Iran’s international television network claimed responsibility for the audio leak. Located in London, this news channel is seen in the Gulf countries, which is owned by Saudi Arabia.
Army criticism of Iranian foreign policy is rare
Official criticism of the IRGC’s impact on Iranian foreign policy is extremely rare. Therefore, Javad Zarif’s statement is being discussed around the world. Some claim that the audio leak was made to deliberately disparage Jawad Zarif. At the same time, there are also a large number of people, who believe that through this statement Zarif tried to respond to his criticisms of the failures of Iranian foreign policy.
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Iran’s Foreign Ministry admitted Zarif gave a seven-hour interview in March last year, but it was kept as an internal record. The interview was not published until the presidential election to be held in June under the leadership of Hassan Rouhani. The ministry also claimed to have tried to show that Zarif had criticized Qasim Sulemani by distorting parts of his interview.
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