ICBPS MORNING BRIEF: Maximum Pressure Campaign Cuts Iran-Backed Proxies Funding
ICBPS Morning Brief– The U.S. says its Maximum Pressure Campaign is successfully depriving Iran-backed proxies funding.
The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the Maximum Pressure Campaign has been cutting multi-billions Iran’s revenue that could have otherwise gone to terror.
“Our sanctions have saved countless Muslim, Jewish, and Christian lives by denying Tehran access to billions of cash which the failed JCPOA gifted the regime and paved the way for Iran to become the arms dealer of choice for terrorist groups and dictatos all across the world in just five short years.”
President Donald Trump understood that the JCPOA was a abject failure. According to Pompeo’s September statement, it didn’t bring Iran into the “community of nations” or block Tehran’s path to a nuclear weapon.
“Our maximum pressure campaign on the Iranian regime will continue until Iran stops spreading chaos, violence, and bloodshed,” Mike Pompeo said in the statement.
All U.N. sanctions on Iran have been restored after the Islamic regime said it would not comply with NPT at all, said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on September 19.
On September 21, the United States has slapped new sanctions on Iran defense ministry. President Donald Trump administration has imposed new sanctions on Iran defense ministry and others involved in its nuclear and weapons program to support the U.S. assertion that all U.N. sanctions against Tehran are now restored.
Previously, on September 18, the U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vowed that Washington would prevent Iran from buying “Chinese Tanks and Russian Air Defense Systems” as the end to U.N. Arms Embargo against Tehran approaches, reported France Inter Radio.
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