On September 19, virtually all UN sanctions on Iran were reinstated, including the re-imposition of the UN arms embargo. Therefore, the export of certain conventional weapons to Iran is a violation of UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1929, and the procurement of weapons or related materials from Iran is a violation of UNSCR 1747. The United States is ready to use national authorities. Sanctions individuals or groups that substantially contribute to the supply, sale, or transfer of conventional weapons to and from Iran, as well as those who provide technical training, financial assistance and services, and other assistance related to these weapons. thing.
All countries seeking peace and stability in the Middle East and supporting the war on terror should refrain from any arms trade with Iran. Providing weapons to Iran only exacerbates tensions in the region, putting more dangerous weapons in the hands of terrorist groups and agents, increasing the threat to the security of Israel and other peaceful nations. I will attack. For the past decade, countries have refrained from selling weapons to Iran under various UN measures. Countries currently disagreeing with this ban will very clearly choose to fuel conflict and tension over the promotion of peace and security.
Every country that sells weapons to Iran makes the Iranian people poor by allowing the administration to divert funds from people to the administration’s military purposes. The administration has choices. Either pursue the purchase of weapons in violation of UN sanctions, or the administration will use the money to provide it to the people of Iran. Today, Iranians suffer as the administration withholds nearly $ 1 billion from the Iranian Ministry of Health to respond to COVID-19, despite being asked by Iran’s health authorities for the necessary funding. is. The administration is responsible for the consequences of how to allocate the resources of the Iranian people. Decades of corruption and radical policies by the leaders of the administration are responsible for the collapse of a great nation. We, along with the Iranian people, oppose tyranny, the waste of their resources, and the administration’s efforts to break their struggle for freedom.
The United States wants peace with Iran and wants a day when its leaders share that goal. When government leaders abandon their dream of exporting a revolution, they will find a welcome and generous partner in Washington.