US State secretary Mike Pompeo gave threatening of a “swift and decisive”  to any attack by Iran, in the current sequences of mounting statements and actions.

US State Secretary Mike Pompeo said in a statement, “ the regime in Tehran should understand that any attacks by them or their proxies of any identity against US interests or citizens will be answered with a swift and decisive US response”.

He said, “our restraint to this point should not be mistaken by Iran for a lack of resolve. The United States has already declared the deployment of an aircraft carrier strike group along with the bombers who are capable enough to use nuclear, claiming it had sufficient information about the for Iran-led attacks.

The potential military move made concerned few European allies, as well as  Democratic rivals of the US President Donald Trump, who are tensed about the administration, is forcing for war based on latest emerging intelligence.

However , US State Secretary Mike Pompeo said, “ We do not seek war”.

US State Secretary also professed, “ but Iran’s 40 years of killing American soldiers, attacking American facilities, and taking American hostages is a constant reminder that we must defend ourselves”, citing the 1979 Islamic revolt which pushed Iran to be transformed from the close ally of the United States to Sworn foe.

Iran claimed it would hang some commitments under a 2015 nuclear similarity declined by Trump, impeded that renewed US sanctions have blocked the country from rejoicing the economic fruits of compliance with the deal.

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