Mohammad Javad Zarif
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The Iranian foreign Minister said that the immigration decree of Donald trump was an insult to all Iranians. Earlier, us President in 90 days forbade the citizens of this country entering the United States
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif in an interview with CNN said that the migration decree of the President of the United States Donald trump was an “insult to the entire nation”
“You can’t find any Iranian who has committed at least one terrorist act against Americans. Iran has condemned every terrorist attack since 9/11,” said Zarif.
He added that Iranians have always been one of the most successful immigrants in the United States.
In addition, the Iranian foreign Minister commented on the claims of a trump to the agreement to resolve the issue of Iran’s nuclear program concluded in July 2015.
“I believe that everyone, including experts in the United States, knows that it was the best proposal for all stakeholders, not only for Iran but for the United States. It was a triumph of diplomacy over pressure, because it no longer works,” said Zarif.
Earlier this week, trump called the nuclear deal with Iran “one of the worst” ever seen them in life. He assured that Washington is ready “to do more to prevent Iran developing nuclear weapons.”
The American President signed the immigration decree, which prohibits 90 days of entry into the United States to citizens of the seven States at the end of January. The order applies to citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The document also temporarily turned the program on reception.
Now the effect of this decree was suspended by the decision of the court of appeal. However, engaging in a press conference on February 16, Donald trump announced that he would sign a new “comprehensive” immigration decree.
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