NATO members issued a statement on its last meeting July 11th, 2018 expressing concerns on Iran missile program and meddling across the Middle East.
The item 49th of this statements mentioned: “We are concerned by Iran’s intensified missile tests and the range and precision of its ballistic missiles and by Iran’s destabilizing activities in the wider Middle East region. We call upon Iran to refrain from all activities which are inconsistent with UNSCR 2231 — including all annexes. We are committed to permanently ensuring that Iran’s nuclear programme remains peaceful, in line with its international obligations and commitments to never seek, develop, or acquire a nuclear weapon.”
While NATO summit announced its concern toward Iranian regime’s missiles activities, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan meet at the Al Shati Palace in Abu Dhabi, July 10, 2018.
“In our meeting with the Saudi energy minister, we discussed maintaining a well-stocked oil market to guard against volatility,” Pompeo said. “We discussed U.S. oil sanctions to deny Iran revenue to fight against terrorism. We talked about minimizing market disruptions and helping partners find alternatives to Iran oil.”
The Iranian regime is the only war party that has marshaled 70,000 forces of the IRGC into Syria, spent $100B to continue the war, is paying salaries to over 250,000 militants to fight, and has established 18 logistic and operation centers inside Syria.
After the U.S‘s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, the eradicating the clerical regime’s nuclear activities and missile tests and terrorist threats mean getting rid of the regime in its entirety.