Iranian media outlets voiced their anger following Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s recent interview. He was clear and frank as he stated that Iran must choose to either be a civil state which is possible to agree with within the framework of mutual interests and according to the pillars of secular work or it can remain a revolutionary state that bases its foreign policy on doctrinal myths.
The prince also spoke about Moscow during the interview. He said Russia is a country that’s possible to agree with as no matter how different its projects and orientations are, it’s still possible to agree with it because there is a common background and because the basis of negotiations is based on developments on the ground, on the calculations of interests and on seeking points of weakness and strength.
On talks with Rafsanjani
It’s easy. Iran must be a civil state that respects international charters and commits to not interfering in the affairs of other countries and not harming their sovereignty. If Iran commits to this, most of its problems with neighboring countries will end.Turki Aldakhil