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Iran Remains Firm With it’s Missile Capabilities, Rejects France

March 4th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Iran Remains Firm With it’s Missile Capabilities,  Rejects France
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As if things were not bad enough in the Middle East coming the May 2018 Jerusalem anniversary, Iran and France are now caught in a crosswind, allowing Trump to carry out his politics. Which according to RT seems rather ominous,”Last month, French President Emmanuel Macron said that a “mechanism of sanctions and control” should be developed to“monitor” Iran’s ballistic missile program.”

This month France is echoing stronger diplomacy in light of unfolding events in geopolitical marksmanship.”“There are ballistic programs of missiles that can reach several thousand kilometers which are not compatible with UN Security Council resolutions, and exceed the sole need of defending Iran’s borders,” French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told local press ahead of his scheduled trip to Tehran. “If not tackled head on, this country risks new sanctions.”


Iran meanwhile sees a net cast large these days when one factors, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Turkey are caught up with, Iraq, Syria and Russia. While proxies are becoming nation states after all, leaving one to consider Iran’s stance. “We will negotiate with no one on our weapons.” He added that Iran’s missiles “are defensive and are not designed to carry weapons of mass destruction, since we don’t have any.”


If that wasn’t enough, well ,it gets worse when the White House added fuel to the fire, when “The United States condemns the ongoing military offensive that the Assad regime, backed by Russia and Iran, is perpetrating against the people of Eastern Ghouta,” the White House said in a   statement on Sunday.”

Maybe that’s why Canada is legalizing pot!



Richard Paul

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