Iran Foreign Minister Claimed US Military “Has No Business” In Gulf - TNBC USA

US President Donald Trump was accurate to say US Forces have “no business” in the Gulf, Iranian Foreign Minister said Monday after the US President told other nations to safeguard their oil shipments business. Mohammad Javad Zarif also said, the US President was appropriate to claim US forces have “ no business” in the Gulf, Iranian Foreign minister claimed after the US President told other countries to safeguard their own oil shipments.

Mohammad Javad Zarif also claimed the US President and the individuals around him triggering a hard line for Iran as “despise diplomacy”, in his first post on Twitter after he was targeted in a new batch of UN sanctions.

The US President is cent % right that the US military has no business in the Persian Gulf. Elimination of its forces in line with interests of the US and the world”.

He also added, “ but it’s now clear that the #B_Team is not concerned with US interests-they to despise diplomacy, and thirst for war”, citing to the US national security advisor John Bolton and others.

Zarif was aimed by new US approvals on Monday, which also widen supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and senior military personnel.

In pair post in twitter, the US President informed other countries for protecting their own Gulf oil shipments and announced the US has only restricted strategic interest in the “dangerous” region.

The US President wrote on Twitter, “why are we protecting the shipping lanes for other countries (many years) for zero compensation ”.

The US President also added, “ all of these countries should be protecting their own ships on what has always been a dangerous journey. We don’t even need to be there”.

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