No need for concern over Iran's missiles: Pres. Rouhani
08 March, 2018, 02:15 | Author: Charlene Valdez
"If not tackled head on, this country risks new sanctions".
The meeting Monday drew protests from a number of university students in front of the foreign ministry in Tehran.
He further underlined that Iran will never bow to pressure or language of force, although the USA is seeking limitations on the country's defense power. This complicates France's ability to advocate for sanctions on Iran, but it is important for France to remember that the majority of the Iranian economy is controlled by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, a paramilitary force that answers only to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and so any additional investments are likely funding terrorism and human rights violations.
The president noted that the economic, cultural, political, social and particularly the military power of the Islamic Republic will never be used against other countries, adding "we do not boost our military power to attack another country".
"Our weapons are for peace, boosting stability and security, and for discouraging others from invading our country", he said. No wonder the Doomsday Clock is at its most unsafe since 1953.
In February, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stated unequivocally that: "We will negotiate with no one on our weapons".
That same month, an independent panel to the U.N. Security Council declared, "Design characteristics and dimensions of the components inspected by the panel are consistent with those reported for the Iranian designed and manufactured Qiam-1 missile".
While President Donald Trump and his administration have indicated the United States's intention to see the deal discarded, Germany, Britain, France, Russia, and China appear to be committed to keeping the deal intact. However, the historic agreement did not touch upon missile development, and efforts by the United States and its European allies to use the deal to force greater concessions from Tehran have greatly frustrated Iran.
"They think that these methods can open the door to negotiations on other issues after the nuclear agreement".
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