US warns EU along with Iran in the UN Security Council meeting
New York: US President, Donald Trump had appealed to the UN General Assembly to corner Iran, who is supporting the terrorists and creating instability in the Gulf. Trump has announced to adopt a more aggressive stance In the next 24 hours and announced to tighten the noose with harsher sanctions against Iran over the next few weeks. President Trump issued a stern warning that those who act against this decision will also have to face severe consequences. It is clear that this warning by Trump is intended for the European Union.
In the UN Security Council, President Trump criticised that the Iran nuclear deal signed by the western countries with Iran was ‘horrible’.
US President Trump urges the international community to isolate Iran for promoting terrorism and creating instability in the Gulf region
New York: ‘Iran is openly talking about annihilating Israel and is in the process of acquiring nuclear weapons. Iran is supporting terror groups in Syria, Lebanon and Yemen are creating instability in the Middle East region. Therefore, the United States will be imposing harsher sanctions on Iran in the near future. The international community too should boycott Iran,’ appealed US President Donald Trump. During his speech in the UN General Assembly meeting, President Trump presented his policy before the world with a stress on targeting Iran.
US President Donald Trump was candid while presenting his stance regarding the trade war with China, the Russian policy, the arbitrary behaviour of OPEC and other international issues, in the United Nations’ General Assembly. Although President Trump’s statements on these issues have been publicised widely, his warnings regarding Iran are being analysed more closely by the media world.
There will be ‘hell to pay’ for Iran; threatens US National Security Advisor
New York: “If Iran crosses us, our allies or our partners, if they harm our citizens and continue to lie, cheat and deceive. Yes, there will indeed be hell to pay”, threatened the US National Security Advisor, John Bolton. Against the background of the stern warning issued by the US President to Iran in the UN General Assembly meeting, this threat by Bolton is being viewed very seriously.
Iranian leaders and military officials have been claiming that if the United States attacks Iran or targets the Iranian oil exports Iran will also retaliate by targeting the interests of the United States and its allies. In view of this, the US National Security Advisor, John Bolton issued this threat to Iran. Bolton was speaking in New York at a program organized on the issue of Iran.
Iran indicates missile attacks on Saudi and UAE
Tehran: The tension between Iran and Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies has increased further. Iran has published a video showing missiles being fired at Saudi’s capital Riyadh and the UAE’s capital Abu Dhabi. A news agency connected with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards has released this video. This seems to be an Iranian warning issued to its Gulf neighbours in retaliation of the terrorist attack on the military parade in the city of Ahvaz in Iran.
A few hours before this video was released, the supreme religious leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who also is in complete control of the Iranian Government had held Saudi Arabia responsible for last week’s attack. 29 people were killed in the attack on the Revolutionary Guards’ parade at Ahvaz in Iran.
Oil rates may hit $100 a barrel, warn international financial institutions and leading oil companies
London/Washington: The oil rates jumped by 2% on Monday to settle at $80 per barrel. This takes the oil rates to its highest level since November 2014. This jump will continue and by the beginning of the year 2019, the oil rates would cross $100 per barrel, warned the companies from the oil sector.
Severe repercussions of the effects on the Iranian oil exports, due to the US sanctions were felt at the OPEC summit in the last week. The OPEC Secretary General, Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo appealed to the OPEC members that unanimously supporting Iran was necessary. At the same time, he rejected the claims to find an alternative for Iran. At the same time, Iran had also requested the oil-producing countries to continue with their trade relations.