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Leader tells Putin: NATO knows no boundaries, had to be stopped

Iran’s Khamenei tells visiting Russian leader that if NATO is not stopped it will start another war. Does this mark the formation of a new military alliance opposed to NATO?

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei describes the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as “dangerous,” saying that the US-led military alliance knows no boundaries and had to be stopped in Ukraine or it would have eventually started war using Crimea as a pretext.

Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who arrived in Tehran earlier on Tuesday to take part in a three-way summit with Iranian and Turkish presidents Ebrahim Raeisi and Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the Syria peace process.

“War is a harsh and difficult reality, and the Islamic Republic will in no way be happy if it entangles ordinary people,” the Leader said.

“In the case of Ukraine, however, if you had not taken the initiative, the opposite side would have caused [the outbreak] of war with its own initiative,” the Leader added, addressing the Russian president.

Ayatollah Khamenei stated that Western countries resolutely oppose a strong and independent Russia, adding that if NATO had not been stopped in Ukraine, it would have started the same war using Crimea as a pretext.

The Leader said the US and West have become weaker than before, adding that despite great efforts and spending, “their policies in regional countries, including Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Palestine, are being less effective.”

‘Iran, Russia need to be vigilant in face of West’s deception’

The Leader said Iran and Russia must maintain their vigilance in the face of the West’s deceptive policies.

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Revelation Apocalypse 9:14 Saying to the sixth angel which had the trumpet, Loose the four angels which are bound in the great River Euphrates (Turkey; Syria; Iraq and Iran).

The Euphrates River begins in Turkey, flows through Syria and Iraq, joins the Tigris, and then becomes the Shat al-Arab waterway, that is the border between Iraq and Iran, over which they dispute, and empties into the Persian Gulf.

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