US Secretary of state: if Iran does not withdraw from Syria, it will never be able to get assistance from the United States.

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 US Secretary of state: if Iran does not withdraw from Syria, it will never be able to get assistance from the United States.


US Secretary of state Pompeio (visual China)

Oct. 11, with the escalation of tension in Syria, the game in the region has become more intense. On Wednesday (10) local time, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States would refuse to provide any additional reconstruction assistance to Syria as long as Iranian troops remain in Syria for one day.

Russias Satellite News Agency and Agence France-Presse reported that in a speech to pro-Israel groups in the United States on the 10th, Pompeio stressed that the United States should continue to promote the policy of isolating Iran, and said that Iran will be the most severe sanctions in history. The responsibility for driving Iran out of Syria now falls mainly on the Syrian government. Syria is responsible for Irans military presence. If Syria fails to ensure the full withdrawal of Iranian support forces, it will not want any reconstruction assistance from the United States, he said.

Since the outbreak of the civil war in Syria in 2011, nearly 370 thousand people have died. At present, the United States still has about 2000 soldiers in Syria. U.S. National Security Advisor Bolton openly declared at the UN General Assembly in late September that the key condition for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria is the withdrawal of Iranian armed forces from Syria. Last week, U.S. Special Representatives for Syria, Jim Jeffrey and Joel Rayburn, said the United States was determined to reach a political solution to Syria, thereby separating the Syrian government from Iran and Russia. Since the withdrawal of the Iranian nuclear agreement in May, the United States has stepped up sanctions against Iran from all aspects. Recently, oil sanctions against Iran also caused widespread dissatisfaction. Iranian President Rouhani stressed at a U.N. conference last month that the United States is in unprecedented political isolation in history, criticized the U.S. unilateral Iranian nuclear agreement, and accused it of deliberately using sanctions to subvert the Iranian government. Source: overseas web editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005

Since the outbreak of the civil war in Syria in 2011, nearly 370 thousand people have died. At present, the United States still has about 2000 soldiers in Syria. U.S. National Security Advisor Bolton openly declared at the UN General Assembly in late September that the key condition for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria is the withdrawal of Iranian armed forces from Syria. Last week, U.S. Special Representatives for Syria, Jim Jeffrey and Joel Rayburn, said the United States was determined to reach a political solution to Syria, thereby separating the Syrian government from Iran and Russia.

Since the withdrawal of the Iranian nuclear agreement in May, the United States has stepped up sanctions against Iran from all aspects. Recently, oil sanctions against Iran also caused widespread dissatisfaction. Iranian President Rouhani stressed at a U.N. conference last month that the United States is in unprecedented political isolation in history, criticized the U.S. unilateral Iranian nuclear agreement, and accused it of deliberately using sanctions to subvert the Iranian government.