Iran warns USA on designating Guards terrorist group
12 Октября 2017, 12:57 | Kara Nash
US Move to Blacklist IRGC Terrorism: Tehran
Iran's nuclear deal with world major powers was a "big test" for all signatories and other states in the world, as keeping promise is the base of world trust in a state, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday, APA reported citing IRNA.
Iran said Tuesday that the United States would be siding with the Islamic State group if it designated the Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organisation.
"If the U.S. wants to make its next mistake by taking any measure against the IRGC, then that will be a grave mistake", he noted, adding that the IRGC is not just a military organization, but a body that Iranian people love and has always defended the country's national interests during days of danger. "If you planned to keep the Daesh in the region for 20 years, you are right to be mad at the IRGC", he said.
Trump has long criticized the Iranian nuclear pact.
His comments come as the Trump administration weighs whether to designate the Corps as a terrorist group.
"The Iranian regime supports terrorism and exports violence, bloodshed and chaos across the Middle East". "They told the president to do it by veto proof majorities".
"These are the same people advising him to certify the nuclear deal, which was also rejected by bipartisan majorities in Congress", the source said.
"If American officials make such a strategic mistake, the Islamic Republic of Iran will take a reciprocal measure", Zarif said on Monday, adding, "Some measures have been thought out in this regard and will be taken at the appropriate time".
The aide went on to accuse Washington of supporting Islamic State (IS, formerly ISISISIL) terrorists.
The US designated Iran a state sponsor of terrorism in 1984, a label it maintains to this date.
He added that the United States would have to move its military bases outside the 2,000km range of Iran's missiles.
Iran's rial has dropped against the US dollar in recent days in a sign of concern about Trump's policy.
Rep. Sean Duffy (R., Wis.), a vocal opponent of the Iran deal, told the Free Beacon that Iran would be wise to back down from its threats.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and many world leaders on Monday unanimously thew their weight behind the nuclear agreement rejecting the U.S. president's claims that Tehran has violated the "spirit" of the deal.
According to him, if any side fails to stand committed to the deal, it would be tarnishing its own reputation.
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