Iran chief of staff: the United States will challenge Iran in the Middle East.

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 Iran chief of staff: the United States will challenge Iran in the Middle East.


Overseas network April 24 Iran Armed Forces General Staff Chief of staff on Monday (23) at the sixth session of the India ocean Navy symposium, the United States and its allies to intervene in the Middle East and Western Asia, Iran will never give yield to the will and pressure of the United States and its allies. This year, the India ocean naval workshop was held in Tehran, Iran, Iran, including India, Turkey, Australia and other 35 countries military leaders, according to the Russian satellite news agency, citing the news agency of the Iran news agency. Bagheri (MohammedBagheri), chief of the chief of the Iran armed forces, said at the meeting that after the disintegration of the traditional two polar world order, new forces were rising in the East and the west, while some big powers and regional roles were not willing to accept the facts of the new world. Bagheri later explained that the recent United States and British law to launch missile attacks on multiple targets in Syria was illegal and called the US British law selling weapons to many countries, such as regional internal sand, in order to bring the Middle East into war. He said that although the American media had called for attention to the chaos and tragedy of Syria, and that its version of the event might be used only as an excuse for military intervention, they did not pay much attention to Yemen, where Saudi Arabia was bombarded by American technical support and had been blockaded by sea, which had made the world the most. A serious humanitarian crisis. Bagheri also said, some major powers are expanding their military presence everywhere, and their involvement in the India ocean is no use, only to make the region more unsafe, for example, unending air strikes against the people of Yemen. According to the Xinhua news agency, the Iran Atomic Energy Organization Chairman Salehi, 8, in an interview with the news agency of the Iran parliament, said that if Western countries abandoned the Iranian nuclear agreement, Iran would restart 20% enrichment of uranium within 4 days. Salehi stressed that this is the signal of Irans release to the United States. He said Iran did not want the United States to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear agreement, but Iran has been considering how to respond once the United States withdraws. It is reported that the enrichment level of weapon grade uranium needs more than 90%. But there is almost no technical barrier between producing 20% abundance and 90% enriched uranium theoretically. In July 2015, the six countries of the Iran and the Iran nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) reached a comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue. According to the agreement, Iran must stop high enriched uranium activities, deliver 20% enriched enriched uranium produced, accept other conditions such as international verification, and restrict the nuclear program to the field of peaceful use of nuclear energy. The IAEA is responsible for inspecting Irans implementation of the agreement, and has repeatedly issued reports confirming Irans implementation of the agreement. In January, President Trump announced the last period to extend the U.S. sanctions exemption against Irans nuclear issue. He set the deadline for May 12th to amend the Iranian nuclear agreement, and threatened to withdraw from the Iraq nuclear agreement if there was no satisfactory amendment. Source: overseas web editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 It is reported that the enrichment level of weapon grade uranium needs more than 90%. But there is almost no technical barrier between producing 20% abundance and 90% enriched uranium theoretically. In July 2015, the six countries of the Iran and the Iran nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) reached a comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue. According to the agreement, Iran must stop high enriched uranium activities, deliver 20% enriched enriched uranium produced, accept other conditions such as international verification, and restrict the nuclear program to the field of peaceful use of nuclear energy. The IAEA is responsible for inspecting Irans implementation of the agreement, and has repeatedly issued reports confirming Irans implementation of the agreement. In January, President Trump announced the last period to extend the U.S. sanctions exemption against Irans nuclear issue. He set the deadline for May 12th to amend the Iranian nuclear agreement, and threatened to withdraw from the Iraq nuclear agreement if there was no satisfactory amendment.