Mohammad Javad Zarif
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Twitter-the threat of U.S. President Donald trump. About it reports The Independent.
“Now it is very fashionable tweet”, — said the foreign Minister during an international security conference in Munich. His phrase provoked laughter in the audience. “We don’t respond to threats, we don’t react to violence and we do not respond to sanctions,” stressed Zarif.
Earlier, trump wrote on his Twitter, “took a pencil,” the actions of Iran after the testing of ballistic missiles.
Republican senators are planning to expand the range of sanctions against the Islamic Republic in response to the testing of ballistic missiles. According to the White house, Iran violates the terms of the UN resolution and destabilizie the situation in the region. Relations between the two countries deteriorated after the statement of Vice President Michael Pence: he said that Tehran saves resources to sponsor terrorist groups.
During the presidential campaign, trump have repeatedly spoken out negatively about Iran. In particular, he described the nuclear deal with Tehran as a “silly agreement” and promised to terminate it as soon as they come to power.
In July 2015 the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, Germany and Iran have signed an agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program. The Islamic Republic has made commitments to limit work in the field of uranium enrichment in exchange for lifting some sanctions. In February 2017 Iran confirmed the testing of ballistic missiles, which angered Washington. The U.S. Congress has adopted for consideration the resolution which authorizes the President to use military force against Iran.