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Countries are responding to Iran's attack on U.S. military bases in Iraq.

Iran Missile Attack The response of each country ... January 8th 18:31

Countries are responding to Iran's attack on U.S. military bases in Iraq.

British foreign minister "blames attack"

Following a strike by Iran, British Foreign Minister Raab issued a statement on Tuesday stating that "it was to blame the attack on a base where troops of the coalition, including Britain, were stationed." He called for urgent efforts to calm down the situation without repeating reckless and dangerous attacks.

He stressed that war in the Middle East would only benefit terrorist organizations such as the extremist organization IS-Islamic State.

Meanwhile, Defense Minister Wallace testified in the House of Representatives on the 7th before the attack took place, relocating some of the British forces stationed in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, to ​​another base away from Baghdad. Revealed.

In response to growing tensions in the Middle East, he said it was a measure to ensure the security of the unit.

China `` Middle East's worsening situation will not benefit anyone ''

"China is worried about the current situation in the Middle East," said China Foreign Affairs spokesman Geng Sheng at a news conference on Tuesday.

"We call on the countries concerned to maintain self-control. We hope that the countries concerned will properly resolve their differences and contradictions through peaceful methods such as dialogue and discussion. Further worsening will not benefit anyone, "he called on the United States and Iran to restrain themselves.

Australia “Cooperation with related countries”

Regarding Iran's attacks on U.S. military bases in Iraq, U.S. allied Prime Minister Morrison of Australia told reporters: "We have been watching the situation in Iraq. It is important to work closely with the countries involved in the region, "he said.

Source: nhk

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