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Iran warns of the consequences of any possible Israeli attack

Iran’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Majid Takht Rawanji, warned, in a memorandum to the United Nations, of the consequences of any possible Israeli military attack, saying that “Iran will respond firmly to any threat or mistake.”

According to the Iranian news agency “IRNA”, Rawanji confirmed in the memorandum he sent Sunday to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres and the rotating president of the Security Council, that Israel has not only escalated the provocative statements and brandished war against Iran, but has been active in planning to carry out hostile threats. As he described it.

He also referred to the recent statements of the Israeli Chief of Staff on January 26, 2021 about the seriousness of Iran’s nuclear program, during which he warned the Biden government of the possible return of the United States to the nuclear agreement with Iran, saying that Israel had prepared New plans to attack Iran this year.

Israeli media reported earlier that US President Joe Biden had not yet made a phone call to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, about three weeks after assuming office, and that The American team is in contact with Iran, and in particular, Robert Malley.

This comes F. Meanwhile, controversy over the future of the nuclear agreement is escalating amid growing concern about the danger of Iranian escalation, as well as Tehran’s ballistic missile program, as well as the continuation of its regional interventions.

And while the various parties are calling for the inclusion of these paragraphs in any new agreement between Tehran and Washington There are still calls for the United States to return to the agreement from which former US President Donald Trump withdrew, due to Iran’s violations.

And the new US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said last week that Iran might be months away Of having the fissile material needed to build a nuclear bomb, but it could be reduced to a few weeks because it reduced restrictions and obligations.

The Minister of Settlement Affairs in the Israeli government, Tzachi Hanegbi, said that Israel had no choice but to attack Iran alone. In the future. ”

And Hanegbi expressed his hope that the Israeli leaders would not accept a nuclear Iran, in response to Tehran’s installation of advanced centrifuges at the Natanz and Fordo sites.

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