Gulf countries ready to fight Iran, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir joint press conference

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir joint press conference

Riyadh … News Time

The new US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told the Gulf countries to compete with Iran. US secret agency CIA heads and new US foreign minister visits Saudi Arabia during his visit to the Middle East the US is ready to ban new sanctions against Iran, he said, if US European allies did not end up sanctions in Iranian nuclear deal. And it did not make sure that Iran could never get nuclear weapons if the US would leave this deal.

Mike Pompeo said in a joint press conference with Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, that Iran has made the entire region unsatisfactory, Iran supports proxy militia and terrorist groups, Iran is also present in providing weapons to the Haiti rebels in Yemen, and Iran also supports Bashir al-Assad’s killer government. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stressed that the differences between Gulf countries and tensions with Qatar are not correct in this situation; He said Gulf countries united against Iran.

According to US officials, the recent attack on the rebels of Saudi Arabia against Saudi Arabia is seen as a threat to Iranian foreign policy, He alleged that the missile missiles were fired by Iran in Yemen. Mike Pompeo also met Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Iran has said that despite threatening US new sanctions, he is finishing $ 2 billion European investment in copper and jet projects.

China has emphasized that the nuclear deal should be maintained while the British Prime Minister said in a joint statement released by Theresa May’s office. The UK, Germany and France’s high leadership agree that the current agreement is very useful for the Tehran government to keep track of nuclear weapons; the three countries are determined to work together with the United States to deal with threats and challenges related to Iran. The US Defense Advisor John Bolton said that President Trump did not make any decision on Iran’s nuclear deal yet.


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