Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian minister of Foreign Affairs, does not believe that the American president Donald Trump to freeze a war with Iran, but thinks that he by certain persons can be elicited.
That said Zarif on Wednesday in an interview on the occasion of the Iranian mission to the United Nations in New York.
“I don’t think he (Trump, eds.) a war will, but some of them lead him over there,” said Zarif, who also warned of an “accident” that could lead to a war.
According to the Iranian minister can John Bolton, national security adviser to Trump, and the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump in a conflict with Iran will push. Zarif called them a “B-team of advisors”.
“Let me make it clear that Iran was the confrontation, not looking for, but will not shy away to defend itself if necessary”, responded to Zarif.
The tensions between Tehran and Washington have increased since the government-Trump last year from the atoomakkoord with Iran stepped in and sanctions introduced against the country in the Middle East.
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