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EghtesadOnline: Iran considers remarks of Turkey’s foreign minister in Munich “unconstructive” and believes that nobody is guilty for instability and insecurity in the region but certain regional countries and foreign states, said Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi.

'Those who wishfully think of returning to ancient empire and take interventionist, illegal, and illegitimate measures have caused bloodshed in the region,' Qasemi said, 
reacting to Turkish foreign minister's remarks at Munich Security Conference. 

According to IRNA, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu in his speech on Sunday accused Iran of 'sectarianism' and promotion of Shi'ism in Iraq and Syria. 

According to the Foreign Ministry Media Department, Qasemi said countries that support terrorist groups and heighten tensions and instability in the region cannot evade their resposnsibilities by putting blame on others.

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

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