Iran's participation in war against Israel is hardly likely — Iranian observer Mian
Iranian independent observer Maziar Mian believes that due to the presence of two US Navy aircraft carrier groups in the Mediterranean, Iran's participation in a war against Israel is very unlikely
He expressed this opinion on the Espreso TV channel.
"In fact, the situation in the Middle East is very tense. However, as for Iran's direct participation in the war against Israel, this scenario is unlikely today. It can be argued that Iran's participation in this war is almost impossible. However, Iran can prevent Israel from conducting an operation in the Gaza Strip through its proxy organizations. In particular, Hezbollah. That is, through these organizations, Iran can influence the war in Israel," Mian explained.
The observer emphasized that the presence of two US Navy aircraft carrier groups restrains Iran from participating in the war against Israel.
"Recently, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah made a speech. He said that the Hamas terrorists' attack on Israel is exclusively the work of the Palestinians. That is, they support the Palestinians, but they are not going to join this war. They are also fully aware of the presence of two US Navy aircraft carrier groups, which act as a deterrent to Iran and its proxy forces.
Therefore, today there is no need to talk about opening a second front against Israel," he said.
In April, it became known that senior US officials were discussing a new approach to negotiations with Iran and that an agreement could be reached that would limit the country's nuclear development.
Later, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that all possible steps would be taken to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. This could threaten the security of the entire Middle East region.
On September 27, the United States called on Iran to de-escalate the nuclear issue.
On October 14, American political scientist Andriy Piontkovskyi said in an interview with Anton Borkovsky, host of the Studio West program, that Israel has long been ready for an operation to destroy Iran's nuclear capabilities.
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