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Samson: US officials: No plan to wage war on Iran

18/5/2019 11:40

Three US military officials said there was no plan to wage war against Iran in the face of escalating verbal confrontations between Washington and Tehran.

“There is no feasible plan, or anything like that, to deploy large-scale forces in the Gulf,” Time magazine quoted officials as saying on Friday.  “It requires knowledge of what emergency situations we must address,” said one of the officers interviewed by the magazine.

According to the magazine, the three unnamed military officials are involved in the planning and supervision of military forces in the region.   LINK


Samson:  British Foreign Minister: Iraq must stay away from any conflicts

17/5/2019 18:19

Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met in London with British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and discussed a number of regional and international issues of common concern.

“Iraq today is a meeting point for all, and that Iraq must stay away from any conflicts that could hinder or delay the process of development and construction in the country,” said a statement issued by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry.  “The view of the Iraqi government is that: Cooperation between the partners will continue and that concerted efforts will be made to avoid escalation and tensions in the region and to avoid any positions or moves that could impede the escalating region between neighboring Iran and the United States. With the United Kingdom one of the signatories to the nuclear agreement with Iran, which can play a role in easing the tension.”

“The need to strengthen consultation in line with the nature of the challenges, with the aim of establishing stability, providing the necessary climate to achieve security and development and protect the interests of Iraq and the Gulf countries and the region.”   LINK


Samson:  Expert: America is saving “enormous wealth” in the Gulf and it is impossible to risk it

18th May, 2019

Political analyst Sabah Zangana said on Saturday that there is no possibility of a regional war in the Gulf region as an economic security zone for all countries, noting that the United States is saving a lot of money it can not risk there.

“The US side does not want to ignite war in the Gulf because it treats it as the biggest economic zone in the world,” Zankana told the news agency. “The United States will not risk the huge sums invested to carry out its threats.”

“The proxy war is also not possible because it will ignite the region in a wider way and will burn everything in Iraq, the Gulf states and even Iran,” he said.    LINK


Samson:  Bahrain asks its citizens in Iraq and Iran to leave immediately

18th May, 2019

The Bahraini Foreign Ministry has warned its citizens not to travel to Iran and Iraq because of the unstable situation in the region and the threats that threaten them. He urged citizens in Iran and Iraq to leave immediately for their safety and security.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain calls upon the citizens not to travel to the Islamic Republic of “Iran and the Republic of Iraq at present, in view of the unstable situation in the region, the serious developments and the existing threats and the great risks they pose to security,” the statement said. Stability, stressing the need to take utmost care and caution

The statement added: “The Foreign Ministry calls on all citizens in the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Iraq to the need to leave immediately in order to ensure their security and to maintain their safety   LINK

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Tishwash:  Civil Unrest Likely: Trump Govt warns US citizens travelling to Zimbabwe

The United States of America has issued a warning to its citizens over possible civil unrest in Zimbabwe. In a notice titled ‘Zimbabwe Travel Advisory, Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution’, released Tuesday, the US warned Americans to be vigilant in Zimbabwe “due to crime and civil unrest”. “

Violent crime, such as assault, carjacking, and home invasion, is common. Smashing the windows of cars with the intent to steal, which can harm the driver or passengers, is also common.
Local police lack the resources to respond effectively to serious criminal incidents. Read the safety and security section on the country information page,” the advisory read.

It urged those deciding to travel to Zimbabwe to “stay alert and avoid openly displaying cash, stay away from political rallies, demonstrations and crowds, as well as monitor local media for breaking events and to be prepared to adjust plans”.

Americans were also urged to carry a copy of their passport and visa, while ensuring the originals are kept safe at their accommodation facilities.

The warning comes as tensions mount in the face of unending fuel shortages, crippling power cuts, the rising cost of living, runaway inflation and continued price hikes of basic commodities across Zimbabwe  link

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