Iran disregards all hindrances, challenges posed by US: Foreign Ministry spokesman
Tehran (IP) - In the last 40 years Iran has never regarded any dilemma or stalemate posed by the US, Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi said in an exclusive interview with Iran Press.
Iran Press/Iran news: The high ranking official noted, "The US has never been in a situation to make challenges against us. The Islamic Republic of Iran in the last 40 years has proved that the US cannot force us to choose negotiation."
"We have shown that we set the conditions and the US must choose. They must whether to accept their failure against Iran or continue breaking the law in the world", Seyyed Abbas Mousavi added.
Mousavi went on to say that we have recently witnessed that the US left JCPOA, and imposed severe sanctions and broke the international laws that they themselves voted to it so they were left alone.
The spokesman said that the Islamic Republic of Iran proved that it never changes its word and finally it is the US that has to choose and accepts its failure.
The spokesman noted that what happens in the US regarding Coronavirus management, economic issues especially the police's behavior with black people has made the Americans angry. In this situation, it is better for the US to investigate on their own internal issues.
The US would better not to waste its sources in other countries and care about those 40 million hungry people. They would better think about human rights, he referred.
Regarding the US latest strange action on halting interaction with WHO while facing Coronavirus pandemic, Mousavi stressed that Donald Trump is leaving all the international agreements one by one namely JCPOA and UNESCO which represents the unilateral approach of the US.
They think that these agreements and laws are practical as long as they are in their favor while the international laws have their own arrangements that all countries must benefit from, Mousavi noted.
What they have done is weakening an international organization and endangering human health, he concluded. 212/ 101