Psychological warfare by western intelligence services to cancel Putin's visit to Tehran
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, Oct 15, IRNA
On the verge of upcoming Caspian Sea littoral states summit in Tehran, the western intelligence services have launched a psychological warfare to call off the visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Tehran.
The White House officials have called on Russia to avoid approaching Iran to resolve issues pertaining to determining the Caspian Sea legal regime.
Former US Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton who is among staunch supporters of Zionists is among those sending messages to Moscow in order to impress them.
According to news sources in Central Asia, Tehran's foes are engaged in extensive lobbies to throw obstacles in the way of the Caspian Sea states summit in Tehran.
These sources claim that the Zionist regime's intelligence service and those of western countries have jointly launched a psychological warfare to cancel Putin's visit to Tehran.
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