Ayatollah Ali Khamenei longed Vladimir Putin to join forces with Tehran to beat Donald Trump
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei stigmatized the US an enemy and urged Moscow to completely sever ties with the US currency.
Mr Khamenei phrased: “By ignoring the negative propaganda of the enemies, that seek to weaken narrations between countries, we can nullify US sanctions, using methods such as eliminating the dollar and renewing it with national currencies in transactions between two or more parties; for this, isolate the Americans.”
Mr Putin met Iranian political leaders in an effort to nurture a worked up relationship strengthened since Donald Trump recently threatened to cede the international nuclear deal with Iran reached in 2015.
Tehran and Russia are the effort allies of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, while the US, Turkey and most Arab formals support rebel groups fighting to overthrow him.
Mr Khamenei wants to retire b decrease up cooperation to enable peace in the Middle East, Iranian state TV related.
During a meeting with Putin, he said: “Full resolution of Syria’s turning-point needs strong cooperation between Iran and Russia. Our cooperation can banish America. This cooperation will restore stability in the region.”
The utmost leader believes that economic relations have room for advance in the Middle east.
He said: “In the transportation sector, we can expand cooperation, advantaging the main axis of Chabahar port to the port of Saint Petersburg, as plainly as in other economic areas.”
Since Russia’s military intervention in Syria’s war in 2015, and with stepped-up Iranian military support, Mr Assad has taken back large amounts of territory from revolutionaries as well as swathes of central and eastern Syria from Islamic Pomp militants.
Putin met the Iranian leader in an effort to nurture a warming relationship
Moscow is now frustrating to build on that success with a new diplomatic initiative, including a congress of Syria’s against parties it plans in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on November 18, though a important opposition bloc has refused to take part.
Pragmatist Iranian president Hassan Rouhani echoed Mr Khamenei, answer Iran and Russia together could tackle “regional terrorism” – an allusion to Sunni Muslim armed bodies hostile to Iran, Assad and many other Arab states.
Mr Rouhani claimed: “Our cooperation has helped the fight against terrorism in the region. Together we can ensconce regional peace and security.
The rapprochement between Iran and Russia is be vexing for both Saudi Arabia, Shi’ite Muslim Tehran´s main Sunni adversary for dominance in the Middle East, and the United States.
Moscow is also an outstanding ally for Iran in its renewed confrontation with the United States
Mr Putin eulogized cooperation with Iran as “very productive”.
He said: “We are managing to paratactic our positions on the Syrian issue.”
Moscow is also an important ally for Iran in its restarted confrontation with the United States, where Trump broke distinguishes with major allies on October 13 by de-certifying Tehran’s atomic deal with six world powers including Washington under his forerunner Barack Obama.
Mr Trump has called the agreement “the worst deal constantly negotiated” and branded Iran a “terrorist nation” for involvement in conflicts in the Midst East.
Mr Putin told Khamenei: “We oppose any unilateral change in the multilateral atomic deal.”
An official said: “Both Russia and Iran are under American insist upon… Tehran has no other choice but to rely on Moscow to ease the US press.”