Analysis by PMOI/MEK
Jan. 25, 2019 - Bahrain Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa is saying he will be talking about the Iranian regime’s multi-faceted terrorism during the Warsaw conference of foreign ministers focusing on the Middle East.
“Next month there will be a gathering in Warsaw focusing on challenges facing Middle East stability and security. While I will be listening carefully to what others have to say, I will also deliver remarks in regards to the Iranian regime’s multi-faceted terrorism that we face on a daily basis,” Bahrain’s top diplomat said in a message.
It is worth noting that the United States and Poland published a joint statement on launching a conference in Warsaw to promote a future of peace and security in the Middle East, with a specific focus on the mullahs’ meddling and warmongering.
While looking forward to co-hosting the event, Washington and Warsaw believe their mutual interests lie in establishing a Middle East of peace and stability. Of course, this goes without saying these go completely against the Iranian regime’s interests. For nearly forty years, the mullahs have been wreaking havoc across the region, especially in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Lebanon.
The Iranian regime, known as the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, has a long history of meddling in these countries, in addition to Afghanistan, Bahrain, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and others. Parallel to domestic crackdown inside the country, the Iranian regime has established its entire rule on another strategic pillar of exporting extremism, Islamic fundamentalism, radicalism and terrorism abroad.
This conference will host a slate of countries concerned over escalating instability across the Middle East, and will be delivering their evaluations and ideas for a progressive solution. Subjects will include terrorism, radicalism, missile development and proliferation, security, shipping trade and threats imposed by the Iranian regime’s proxy groups across this region.
In response to the announcement of this conference, scheduled for February 13-14, Iranian regime Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted this threat: “Reminder to host/participants of anti-Iran conference: those who attended last US anti-Iran show are either dead, disgraced, or marginalized.”
According to Reuters, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his country intends to have this international conference focus on the Middle East, and specifically the Iranian regime.