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Biden's acknowledgment of the unprecedentedness of Iran's attacks against Israel

14 Apr 2024 - 10:32

US President Joe Biden, acknowledging that Iran's air attacks on Israeli military facilities were unprecedented, announced that he will hold a meeting with the leaders of the Group of 7 to coordinate a diplomatic response to Iran's attack on Israel.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: US President Joe Biden issued a statement on Saturday night local time: Iran and its proxy forces in Yemen, Syria and Iraq is operating - they launched an unprecedented air strike against military installations in Israel. I condemn these attacks in the strongest possible way."

Continuing his efforts to encourage and increase the morale of the Israeli regime, the US president stated: "On my order, to support Israel's defense, the US military deployed anti-ballistic missile defense aircraft and destroyers in the region last week. "Thanks to these deployments and the extraordinary skill of our military forces, we have helped Israel shoot down almost all incoming drones and missiles."

Continuing Washington's efforts to increase Israel's morale, Biden claimed: I spoke with Netanyahu to emphasize America's commitment to Israel's security. I told him that Israel has demonstrated a great ability to defend itself and defeat even unprecedented attacks, sending a clear message to its enemies that they cannot effectively threaten Israel's security.

Without the slightest reference to the Israeli regime's attack on the Iranian consulate in Damascus, the US president continued: "Tomorrow, I will convene the leaders of the Group of 7 to coordinate a unified diplomatic response to Iran's reckless attack." My team will liaise with colleagues across the region and we will maintain close contact with Israeli leaders. "Although we did not witness any attacks on our forces or facilities today, we will remain vigilant against all threats and will not hesitate to take all necessary measures to protect our people."

Amir Saeed Irwani, Iran's ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations, announced Saturday night local time in a letter to the Security Council: The Islamic Republic of Iran will not hesitate to use its inherent right to legitimate defense if necessary. If the Israeli regime takes any military action again, Iran's response will certainly be stronger and more decisive.

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