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Posted by Juan on June 9, 2018as

Given this reality, the complaints and protests have been expected, especially Iran, who as noted, a Iran’s supreme leader said U.S. President Barak Obama has “implicit threat” to his country with nuclear weapons detailed in a new doctrine for Washington, while the Iranian government said it plans to file a formal complaint to the UN. Obama announced Last week a new nuclear strategy, including a pledge not to use against countries that do not have. Iran and North Korea were sharply exempt on that promise, because Washington are accused of not cooperating with the international community on non-proliferation. Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final say on all state matters in Iran, said Obama’s words were shameful and proof that you can not trust America. I hope that the published statements are not true, Obama threatened to nuclear and chemical weapons to countries that refuse to submit to the U.S., “Ahmadinejad said in a speech in the northwest of the country, broadcast live on state television. “Be careful.

If you follow the footsteps of (former U.S. President George W.) Bush, the response of the nations will be as strong as that Bush was “The American president has implicitly threatened the Iranian nation with nuclear weapons. These statements are very strange, “Khamenei told state television. “The world should not ignore them, because in the XXI century the head of a state is threatening a nuclear attack,” he added. “These statements indicate that the U.S. government is a government where the villain can not be trusted.” “What Obama has said, even as Bush said, despite having blood on their hands,” said Ahmadinejad. “It measures a little what you do. Know that people more important than you could do nothing “against Iran, Ahmadinejad challenged U.S.

President. For his part, Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki, described the new U.S. doctrine of “propaganda” and urged the U.S. to fulfill its promise to rid the world of the atomic bomb. He reiterated that Iran, suspected by the big powers want to acquire nuclear weapons under the guise of a civilian nuclear program, did not believe in the atomic bomb or the United States needed its allies suspect the program Iran seeks nuclear weapons production, although Iran denies it. In turn, the Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said Obama’s stance toward Iran was a “threat to peace and world security,” according to the semiofficial Fars news agencies. “We will present our formal complaints to the United Nations in response to these threats,” said Mehmanparast. a Ph.D. in education, masters in business administration: quality and productivity, education Engineer-Manager, Advocate. Teaching and research postgraduate holder UC.