Friday 14 June 2019 :
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In response to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's vague accusations, Abbas Mousavi said: "It seems that accusing Iran of the suspicious and unfortunate incident of the two carriers is the easier and simpler job for Pompeo and the US rulers.
Abbas said Moussaoui said that while the Japanese Prime Minister was meeting with the first person in the Islamic Republic and to ease the tension in the region, who are the hidden hands that sought to influence those efforts, and those who tried to invest them for their own purposes.
"Iran is responsible for ensuring the security of the Strait of Hormuz, and we have proved that by providing relief to the sailors of the two carriers," the foreign ministry spokesman said.
"These doubts are not just a joke, they are disturbing and disturbing," Pompeo said.