Iran warns Turkey: our patience is limited

Casey Mills
February 21, 2017

"We are displaying patience in over Turkey, however our patience has limits".

Ensuring stability and security of all regional countries has always been Iran's policy in the region, underlined the spokesman.

Iran's FM spokesperson also told the press on Monday that Iran's patience for Turkey's unconstructive positions would reach a cap and would not be unlimited, indicating an incipience of tense relations. "There can be differences in views from time to time, but there can't be animosity because of comments", he told reporters during a news conference after a cabinet meeting.

He noted that the key culprit of instability and insecurity in the region is Turkey and some other paranoid countries; "they can not escape from the self-created whirlpool accusing others", Ghasemi noted.

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The Iranian ministry of foreign affairs has summoned Turkey's Ambassador to Iran regarding the recent announcements of the Turkish leadership over Iran, the Turkish Demokrathaber reports.

The Turkish ambassador was summoned by Iran's foreign ministry on Monday following comments made by his country's leaders at a Munich security conference over the weekend.

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