The Iranian president warned that European troops could be in danger in the Middle East tomorrow, and said that US soldiers are not safe in the region. In a televised speech this morning, he criticized the EU for “not acting as an independent bloc” and urged European leaders to apologize for their breach of their promises. Rouhani also blamed the United States for making the Middle East insecure and said they should apologize to Tehran for their previous crimes.
The Iranian chief’s comments on Europe come after Britain, France and Germany began a “dispute process” on the 2015 nuclear agreement.
European leaders fear that Iran will not honor its commitments on the agreement, which limited its nuclear activity.
Rouhani said: “Today, the American soldier is in danger, tomorrow the European soldier could be in danger.”
The Iranian chief also questioned Boris Johnson’s suggestion that Iran should negotiate a new nuclear agreement with the president of the United States, Donald Trump, since the previous treaty was reached under the leadership of President Obama, and said that ” the president of the United States has always broken the promises. “
Yesterday, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom suggested that Iran and the US. UU. They should negotiate a new nuclear deal, after Iran withdrew from the existing 2015 deal in retaliation for US airstrikes. UU.
Donald Trump had already withdrawn from the nuclear agreement in 2018.
The Iranian president told Washington to return to the 2015 nuclear pact between Tehran and the world powers, adding that Iran could reverse its movements to reduce its commitments under the pact.
Tensions between the two states have increased dramatically in recent weeks, after the United States launched an air strike at Baghdad airport, killing Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.
In response, Tehran launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles at several US air bases in Iraq.
During the missile attack, Iran’s army accidentally shot down a Ukrainian plane, killing all 176 people on board.
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