29 January 2020
Tehran: Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman on Wednesday said that the Islamic republic is ready to cooperate with regional states to abort US President Donald Trump's so-called peace plan for the Middle East, a media report said.
"Iran is ready to work with the regional states to counter the big plot which threatens the Islamic nations," Abbas Mousavi tweeted on Wednesday.
Mousavi also urged the Muslim countries to leave aside their differences and unite to counter the US move, Xinhua reported.
Trump on Tuesday revealed the long-awaited political aspect of his Middle East peace plan, a proposal that has already been repeatedly refused by the Palestinians.
The plan proposes a "realistic" two-state solution and recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's "undivided capital."
On Tuesday, Iran's Foreign Ministry called the proposal "disgraceful."
Meanwhile, in Damascus, the Syrian Foreign Ministry condemned on Wednesday the peace plan and said: "The latest US plan showed the clear alliance between the US and the Zionist entity and their enmity to the Arab nations."
It added that the US policies are designed to serve Israel and its expansionist schemes in the region.