Iran News Round Up

Iranian and Saudi Arabian officials engaged in another round of criticism regarding the September 24 Hajj stampede.
Iran officially announced its support for Russian military action in Syria.
President Hassan Rouhani said that Iran "will talk to anyone, anywhere" to find a solution to regional crises.
Expediency Discernment Council Secretary Mohsen Rezaei discussed the possibility of a coalition composed of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Russia.
<p>President Hassan Rouhani argued that strengthening &quot;the central government&quot; of Syria is the &quot;first step&quot; to fighting terrorism in Syria.</p>
President Hassan Rouhani said that he "does not see a coalition between Iran and Russia for fighting terrorism in Syria." Senior government officials continued to accuse Saudi Arabia of being responsible for the September 24 stampede outside of Mecca.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei claimed that Saudi Arabia must &ldquo;accept its heavy responsibility&rdquo; for the stampede that killed 95 Iranian citizens outside of Mecca.
Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said that Iran will use "all of its power" to resolve the conflict in Syria with &ldquo;the cooperation of Russia.
President Rouhani and senior military officials praised Iran's military capabilities during a ceremony commemorating Sacred Defense Week in Tehran.
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano traveled to Iran to meet with senior officials and visit the Parchin military site.