Tehran believes that Turkey won't use NATO radar against Iran
NATO radar, launched in Turkey, won't turn Ankara into a "tool for the aims of Zionist regime", Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said in an interview to Turkish television, ITAR-TASS reported.
"We do not attach importance to Clinton's words. We trust the words of Turkish leaders. I do not think that the radar would be a problem for Iran, and I am sure that Turkey won't become a tool of the Zionist regime. We did not want a radar to be built in Turkey, but this decision was taken", Salehi said.
The Minister noted that he personally discussed the issue of resuming negotiations with the international "six" of mediators with the EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Catherine Ashton. "She said that the interested countries were sent a letter about the time and place of meeting", he stated.
"The region does not need USA to maintain security. The U.S. uses the regional countries to put pressure on Iran. The attacks in the strait are not in the interest of both countries. The U.S. has demonstrated to the world its strength, but they're secretly writing letters offering to meet and discuss. Administration of (Barack) Obama is dishonest with their people", the Iranian Foreign Minister added.