The United States wants to force sanctions against Iran: Hegemonic means are groundless

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 The United States wants to force sanctions against Iran: Hegemonic means are groundless


Irans foreign minister Zarif responded in a TV program on the evening of 19 June on the United States unilateral interview plan to resume sanctions against Iran, saying that the so-called rapid recovery of sanctions mechanism will not be started for the interests of a country. At present, except for the United States, members of the Security Council either remain silent or say that the United States is already an outsider of the Iran nuclear agreement. Zarif also said that all countries in the world should resist U.S. sanctions. The United States has been used to using hegemony to impose its own will on other countries. Now, the United States may repeat its trick, and the international community should decide how to deal with the hegemonic means of the United States.

On the same day, harazi, chairman of Irans foreign relations strategy committee, said that according to the UN Charter, Iran has the right to make a strong response to any aggression by the United States, and that the United States seeking to extend the arms embargo against Iraq is groundless and meaningless, and even its allies consider it illegal. After the United States withdraws from the Iran nuclear agreement, the United States has no right to use the trigger clause in the Iran nuclear agreement or UN Security Council resolution 2231. At the same time, harazi stressed that the unilateralism policy pursued by the United States has led to its indifference to any international institutions, and the United States has been trying to impose its unreasonable policies on other countries.