Amid disagreements on Iran nuke deal; US trying to forge ‘coalition’ against ‘Tehran regime’

US State Department spokesperson said that US stands with the people of Iran

Amid widespread disagreements on the Iran nuke deal, the Washington is now said to be effortful to build a global coalition against Tehran for its “destabilizing activities”.

This was confirmed by the US State Department.

The effort now has been revealed after the US unilaterally pulled out from the Iran nuclear accord even when the European allies were not agreeing to it.

The plan is to be detailed on Monday by the top United States diplomat, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in his first major foreign policy address since taking office in April.

The aim is to highlight the destabilizing activities of the Iranian regime that aren’t just a threat to the region but are a threat to the broader world, she said.

The US State Department spokesperson said that US stands with the people of Iran but is against the regime.

She evoked a comparison with the US-led international coalition against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.

It need be mentioned that along with Iran the other signatories of the 2015 deal — France, Britain, Germany, China and Russia — strongly criticized the US withdrawal.

Back to top button