Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Saied Khatibzadeh speaks during a press conference in Tehran on Feb 22, 2021. (AFP)

June 14, 2021

Iran does not expect Israeli foreign and security policy to change under its new government, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Monday, according to ISNA news agency, a day after Israel’s parliament ended Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year run as prime minister.

“Iran’s enemies are gone and powerful Iran is still here. I don’t think Israel’s policies will change with the new government,” Saeed Khatibzadeh said.

Reuters

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