On Sunday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the sale of weapons to Iran would rescind UN resolutions and as a result of the sanctions, Tehran said the long-standing ban on arms trade with the Islamic Republic of the United Nations ended Was.
Pompeo said in a statement, “The United States is ready to use its domestic authorities to sanction any person or institution that supplies, sells, or trades conventional weapons to or from Iran Contributes. “
“Every country that seeks peace and stability in the Middle East and supports the fight against terrorism must avoid any arms dealings with Iran.”
The ban on the sale of conventional weapons to Iran was due to the beginning of a later termination from October 18 under a UN resolution that confirms the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
Tehran, which can now buy weapons from Russia, China and elsewhere, has termed diplomacy as a diplomatic victory over its radical US, which tried to maintain uncertainty over arms sales.
US President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the nuclear deal in 2018 and has begun unilaterally halting sanctions on Iran.
Pompeo stated that “For the past 10 years, countries have avoided selling weapons to Iran under various UN measures. Any country that now challenges this prohibition clearly fuels conflict and peace and security. Will choose stress on promoting. “
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