An Iranian political analyst says the Islamic Republic should not trust the Europeans in case the United States quits a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
Secretary General of the Society of Path-seekers of the Islamic Revolution Party, Parviz Sarvari, says with his latest anti-Iran rhetoric, US President Donald Trump has put the last nail on the coffin of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
“As he had repeatedly said during his presidential campaign, Trump tore up the JCPOA,” Sarvari was quoted as saying in a Farsi interview with Fars News Agency.
The head of the SPIRP went on saying the time is passing against the interests of the Islamic Republic of Iran and added, “We need to take seriously the issue of ‘resilient economy’ to protect ourselves against the countries like the US who are not committed to any treaty.”
Sarvari also added today the US has put its focus on Iran’s missile program. “They are seeking to target our power and sovereignty. They are seeking to deplete our power from within.”
The Iranian political activist also said, “We should prepare ourselves for the upcoming harsh days by putting our focus on the domestic forces and strengthening our economy and creating jobs for our youths.”
Sarvari said the US has violated the JCPOA and is seeking to broaden the treaty to put an end to Iran’s missile program. “The Europeans will follow the footstep of the US in this issue. So, we shouldn’t rely on the Europeans either because they are seeking their own interests.”
Elsewhere in his interview, Sarvari said the US and Trump have shown that they don’t remain faithful to any international law or treaty. “This has sounded the alarm for the international community because Washington views the international documents as worthless and treats them at its whim. Washington withdraws from international treaties without paying any price.”
He called for national solidarity and added Iran can change any of US threats into an opportunity. “Of course it depends on the prudence of the Iranian officials to take advantages of the available capacities.”