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Iran FM considers an honor to meet the terrorist IRGC

Iran regime FM, Javad Zarif
Iran regime FM, Javad Zarif

Analysis by PMOI/ MEK


Iran, April 13, 2019Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Foreign Minister of the regime in Iran, met with the commanders of the terrorist-designated Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), including Quds Force chief Qasem Suleimani on Wednesday in Tehran.

Following this meeting, Zarif issued a statement saying it was an honor to meet with senior IRGC commanders.

Earlier, following the designation of the IRGC as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) by the United States State Department, Zarif made a ridiculous suggestion asking Hassan Rouhani, the mullahs’ president, to designate the United States Central Command for the Middle East and West Asia (CENCOM) as a terrorist organization.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday members of the clerical regime’s Majlis (parliament) put on IRGC uniforms, and free from all the pains and the sufferings of tens or hundreds of thousands of people victimized by the devastating floods, walked around the parliament floor issuing repulsive and disgusting bills to supposedly show their opposition to the IRGC’s FTO blacklisting.

Majlis speaker Ali Larijani denied the effectiveness of the sanctions, adding that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, known as JCPOA, has failed to render any results.

“We know why they designated the IRGC as a terrorist organization. They thought that through exiting the JCPOA, they can strike a blow to the regime. They thought, last year, that they could bring down the amount of Iran’s oil sale to zero, but they failed,” Larijani said.

Now hitting a dead end with the failed appeasement policy and the US exiting the JCPOA on the international level, and growing unrest and discontent inside the country with people chanting, “Reformists, fundamentalists, the game is over,” different factions of the regime are bypassing one another in making disgusting and repulsive claims against the United States. The irony is that they try to ratify a bill that Ali Khamenei, the regime’s supreme leader, can only order its execution.

Getting deeper into the JCPOA quagmire, members of Majlis asked Rouhani’s government to try to stabilize the IRGC position through diplomatic activities.

In one of the items of this ridiculous bill, the parliament of the terrorist regime obliged the government to use all legal, political and diplomatic capacities to minimize the US financial, infrastructural and trade benefits and advantages over regional countries.