15 June, 2017
In a separate tweet, he wrote "that (the) U.S arms a terrorist group is what causes instability" before asking "Who created ISIS? America's claim of fighting against [Daesh] is a lie", Khamenei said in a meeting with high-ranking Iranian officials, according to his official website.
The Leader hailed efforts by the Iranian negotiating team, particularly Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, stressing that the officials who were in charge of negotiating the accord are entirely trustworthy but some of the other parties should not have been trusted.
He stressed that relations between the American and Iranian governments would continue to be at a standstill because "most of our problems with them can not be resolved".
His comments come after a top Iranian general claimed the Islamic Republic had evidence the USA was directly supporting the group.
On Sunday, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Major General Mostafa Izadi, claimed Tehran had obtained "documents and information" that purport to prove that Washington has been directly supporting IS to wage "a proxy warfare in the region". They have problems with the existence of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Majid was a high-profile terrorist also wanted by the United States and some other countries.
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Press TV reported that a bomber's explosive vest had also been discovered and deactivated in the vicinity of the mausoleum adding that an ambulance belonging to the Welfare Organization of Iran was targeted when terrorists fired 16 bullets at the vehicle at the mausoleum.
Washington also accuses Iran of fomenting unrest across the Middle East and of backing terrorism.
Former US secretary of state John Kerry as well as foreign ministers from different countries attended the two-day Oslo Forum.
Zarif's remarks came in the wake of deadly attacks on Iran's parliament and the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in Tehran on June 7.
He mentioned that Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline was a significant project to develop good relations with Iran, but the US and Saudi administrations have been pressuring Islamabad to abandon the project.