Iran summons Polish diplomat over planned Warsaw conference

Poland and the United States are jointly organizing a world convention in Warsaw on February 13-14 that will aim on Iran’s influence in the region, in accordance to US Secretary of Point out Mike Pompeo.

The meeting, recognised as the Ministerial to Advertise a Future of Peace and Safety in the Center East, will handle “terrorism and extremism, missile growth and proliferation, maritime trade and security, and threats posed by proxy groups throughout the location,” according to a statement from the US Condition Department.

Iran’s head of the Japanese Europe To start with business at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs explained the meeting as “a hostile move by the United States from the Islamic Republic of Iran, and Poland is envisioned to refrain from co-sponsoring the convention with the US.”

Iranian Overseas Minister Javad Zarif criticized the Polish govt on Friday on Twitter, writing: “All those who attended final US anti-Iran clearly show are either lifeless, disgraced, or marginalized. And Iran is more powerful than ever. Polish Govt are unable to clean the shame: even though Iran saved Poles in WWII, it now hosts determined anti-Iran circus.”

Pompeo has been on a marathon Middle East tour that has included visits to Cairo, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

It has been described as a reassurance tour by administration officials in the wake of President Donald Trump’s sudden announcement of a US troop withdrawal from Syria, and Iran has highlighted seriously.

In a speech in Cairo, Egypt on January 10, Pompeo outlined the Trump administration’s Middle East plan and spoke extensively of the US “campaign to halt Iran’s malevolent impact and steps towards this region and the environment.”

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Talking to reporters in Abu Dhabi on January 12, Pompeo vowed that the US would “use diplomacy and function with our associates to expel each and every last Iranian boot” from Syria, nevertheless he did not give details on how this kind of an expulsion would get location.

Although not condoning Iran’s record, Cairo analyst Timothy Kaldas rejects the notion that Iran has a monopoly on evil, even though America’s allies are all goodness and light. Saudi Arabia, he says, “has also ravaged Yemen, creating what the UN describes as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis where by the populace struggles with a cholera outbreak and foodstuff shortages that are foremost to prevalent hunger.”

Commentator Wael Eskandar bluntly summarized his ideas on the January 10 speech to CNN, saying: “Currently it felt that the US is bent on empowering tyrants in pursuit of its animosity toward Iran, no make a difference what the value. Unfortunately, the value we pay out in this article is US sanctioned injustice and decline of our independence.”

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