Rouhani to West: For Yemen’s Sake, Stop Giving Saudis WMDs

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has called on the Western countries to stop providing Saudi Arabia with weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) for the sake of Yemeni people, who have been suffering under Riyadh’s bloody attacks and siege.

Rouhani made the remarks in an address to a large crowd of people in the southern port city of Bandar Abbas in Hormozgan Province on Wednesday.

“We say to Europe and the world that if you truly care about the people of Yemen; don’t give Saudi Arabia destructive bombs. If you really think of Yemenis, don’t give Saudi Arabia banned Napalm bombs, don’t give Saudi Arabia cluster bombs,” he said.

Lavrov: 'Unacceptable' to Divide Terrorists Into 'Good and Bad Ones'

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov addresses the High Level Segment of the 37th Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland.

Some members of the UN Human Rights Council aren't ready to condemn the international terrorism under the pretext of upholding the freedom of speech, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, adding that the international community shouldn't divide terrorists on "good and bad ones."

"Some members of the UN Human Rights Council aren't ready to condemn the international terrorism in all its forms and aspects under the pretext of the freedom of speech.

Araqchi: Vetoed anti-Iran UN Resolution Another Defeat for US

A senior Iranian diplomat says Russia's vote against a United Nations draft resolution aimed at pressuring Iran over alleged missiles provision to Yemeni forces represented another setback for the United States, According to Press TV.

Russia on Monday vetoed a resolution at the UN Security Council, presented by Britain and strongly backed by the United States, that would call for "additional measures" against Iran over accusations that it violated the 2015 arms embargo on Yemen.

Egyptian Delegation Visits Syrian Consulate in Cairo to Announce Solidarity with Syria

CAIRO- an Egyptian delegation comprising popular and political figures visited the Syrian consulate in Cairo to announce solidarity with Syria in its war against terrorism.

According to SANA, the delegation included members of the Islamic and Arab Assembly for supporting Resistance and Future Pioneers movement as well as a number of figures.

Islamic and Arab Assembly rapporteur in Egypt Jamal Zahran affirmed the importance of returning normal relations between Syria and Egypt.

Baqeri: Syria to Be Cleared of Terrorists in a Few Months

Iran's Chief of Staff Major General Mohammad Baqeri said Sunday  that the Syrian army is trying to drive out terrorists from Eastern Ghouta which has become a festering ground for foreign-backed terrorist groups to launch mortar attacks on the Syrian capital.

Baqeri said, "The Syrian army seeks to clear the land of terrorists in order to provide security for the people in Damascus, but so far 1,200 mortar shells have been fired at the city, disrupting people's security and peace," according to Press TV.