Britain rejects Iran’s foreign minister’s statements about informing before attacking Israel

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Britain rejects Iran's foreign minister's statements about informing before attacking Israel

Britain rejects Iran’s claims about informing in advance of an attack on Israel, says Foreign Minister

The British government dismissed Tehran’s insistence on informing London in advance about Iran’s missile and drone attack on Israel.

The spokesperson for the British Prime Minister rejected the statements of the Iranian Foreign Minister, who had said on Monday that Iran had warned neighboring and allied countries of Israel 72 hours before the attack.

According to Reuters, the spokesperson, Rishi Sunak, on Tuesday denied Hossein Amirabdollahian’s statements and added that London strongly condemns Iran’s direct attack on Israel in the strongest possible terms.


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