Analysis by PMOI/MEK
Reb. 12, 2019 - On the verge of the Warsaw conference where a long list of senior international officials will be discussing subjects regarding the Middle East, the mullahs’ regime in Iran is deeply concerned over a growing global consensus against Tehran’s warmongering and support for terrorism. This is especially worrisome for the Iranian regime at a time when Europe and the United States are adopting close positions in this regard.
Even the newly announced INSTEX blueprint to help Tehran supposedly bypass U.S. sanctions is hinged on the mullahs severely curbing their missile program and succumbing to the regulations stated in the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) conventions, including the bill on combating financing of terrorism (CFT) standards.
“The U.S. tore the 2015 nuclear deal apart and Europe has placed our nation into a channel they established last week under the pretext of INSTEX, engaging us literally with an oil-for-goods deal,” said Hassan Abbasi, known to be a regime insider and close to the inner circle of Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
“European countries and the U.S. are taking measures against the Islamic republic as two blades of a scissor… and their sole intention is to inflict damage on the Islamic republic,” said Mohammad Ibrahim Rezaie, a member of the Iranian regime’s Majlis (parliament).
The European Union issued a statement reiterating INSTEX’s conditions, demanding the Iranian regime end its missile development program, stop meddling in regional countries, especially Yemen, and respect human rights.
The Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) are heavily involved in the mullahs’ regional warmongering and meddling.
“There is nothing good in this statement for Iran,” Rezaie added.
Hermidas Bavand, a so-called expert of the mullahs’ regime, has also warned about 2019 being a very troubling economic year for Tehran.