Signing the US Congress bill for extension of Irans sanctions for another decade by the countrys president will discredit Washington at the international scene, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson has told a press conference it is unlikely that President Barack Obama will veto Congress-enacted ISA.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi said here on Friday that the recent US unilaterally move for extending Iran sanctions runs contrary to Irans nuclear deal with the world powers.
F. William Engdahl
The developing economic, political and military links binding Iran, China and Russia in what I see as an emerging Golden Triangle in Eurasia, are continuing to deepen insignificant areas.
The International Conference on Regional Security Order in the West Asia will be held in Tehran with a number of foreign guests in attendance on 11 Dec., 2016.
It’s impossible to know whether Trump will actually try to follow through on his most extreme rhetoric on the campaign trail about the nuclear deal.
In a meeting with thousands of people from Esfahan held at Imam Khomeini (ra) Husseiniyeh this morning, Novemnber 16, 2016, the Leader of the Revolution, Ayatollah Khamenei, stated that:I do not have any comments on the outcome of the presidential election in the U.S. Anyone coming from either of these two parties is pure evil."
Pres. Rouhani said the policies of the Islamic Republic are only influenced by the will and wishes of Iranian people and will not change according to changes in foreign countries.
Iran’s FM Zarif in response to Donald Trump’s winning the US presidential election early this morning said the new president has a duty to stay committed to US obligations under the nuclear deal.
By David Swanson
We have opportunities as well as dangers. A President Trump is unpredictable. He wants to proliferate nuclear weapons, bomb people, kill people, stir up hatred of people, and increase yet further military spending. But he also said the new Cold War was a bad idea.