Pompeo: Tehran regime remains the world's largest sponsor of terrorism

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, at dawn on Sunday, that Iran remains the largest "sponsor of terrorism" in the world, noting that Iran's acquisition of weapons systems from the Chinese Communist Party threatens the region.

The US Secretary of State added that the entry of China into Iran would destabilize the Middle East.

And last Wednesday, Pompeo announced that the United States will present a draft resolution to the UN Security Council this week to extend the arms embargo on Iran, despite opposition from Russia and China.

And last Wednesday, Pompeo announced that the United States will present a draft resolution to the UN Security Council this week to extend the arms embargo on Iran, despite opposition from Russia and China.

The former US special envoy to Iran, Brian Hook, also confirmed that US President Donald Trump said it clearly, "Iran will not get a nuclear weapon."

Hook stressed in previous statements that "not arming Iran contributes to bringing stability to the Middle East," noting that "Iran sponsors terrorism and tried to target Saudi Arabia."

Brian H. Hook gave Iran a choice between negotiating or facing an economic collapse, adding: "We will continue the policy of economic pressure and political isolation against Iran, and the United States is prepared for the worst-case scenario with Iran," and stressed that "the Iranian regime spends oil revenues in financing terrorism."

It is noteworthy that the authorities in Iran, in conjunction with the outbreak of the coronavirus, called for the lifting of US sanctions.

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ANHA


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