The European Union could impose sanctions on the Iranian regime over its recent ballistic missile tests, France's foreign minister said on Sunday.
The United States, France and other countries have already said that, if the missiles are confirmed as nuclear-capable, the tests, conducted last week by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), would violate U.N. Security Council resolution 2231.
Instead of apologizing for the attacks on Saudi diplomatic missions, Iran’s leaders must change their government’s policies, become good neighbors, stop supporting militant groups, desist from assassinating people and not harbor terrorists, said Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir in an interview published Friday.
Bahrain’s foreign minister on Saturday condemned a statement by the Iranian regime's foreign ministry spokesman as an unwelcome interference in the kingdom’s domestic affairs.
The Revolutionary Guards will get rich with the loosening of US sanctions at the expense of the Iranian economy – former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, Ken Blackwell, has written in Wednesday’s edition of Investor’s Business Daily
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