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Never threaten an Iranian said Zarif to Trump

Iran’s chancellor responds to the new anti-Iranian rhetoric of US President Donald Trump and warns him to never threaten an Iranian.

“The economic terrorism and the genocidal jokes (of Trump) will not put an end to Iran. Never threaten an Iranian. Try to be respectful. That works, “Persian Foreign Minister Mohammad Yavad Zarif warned on Monday through a message on Twitter.

The Persian incumbent has reacted in this way to a new threat – in line with the confrontational style of the US Administration – launched by the US president, who warned on Sunday that “if Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran.”

Zarif, nevertheless, has given for failures those threats, assuring that Trump will not obtain “what Alexander, Genghis, and other aggressors did not obtain”.

“The Iranians remained on their feet for millennia while all their aggressors left,” the Iranian Foreign Minister tweets.

Lately, Washington’s rhetoric and threats against Tehran have been on the rise, after the United States. it withdraws from the nuclear agreement – officially called the Comprehensive Plan of Joint Action (PIAC or JCPOA) – and imposes an economic blockade against the Persian country, which the Iranian authorities label as ” economic terrorism “.

In these circumstances, Zarif has denounced on several occasions the plans devised of what he calls ” Team B “, integrated by the National Security Adviser of the White House, John Bolton; the Saudi crown prince, Muhamad bin Salman; his Emirati counterpart, Muhamad bin Zayed; and the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

As the Iranian foreign minister warned, “Team B” plans plots to spread “false information” about Iran, devise a “permanent war” with Tehran, and even offer “empty proposals” to sit at the dialogue table.

However, the Iranian government says it will never give in to the excessive demands of the enemy and its pressure campaign and points out that no one can dictate their interests to the Persian nation.

It is therefore that Tehran continues to express its rejection of a new dialogue with the Trump Administration, after what was agreed in 2015 as a nuclear agreement.

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