Iran's Supreme Leader drew US President Donald Trump, saying his opposition to the opposition was worldwide, as Washington prepared to impose sanctions on Iran's vital oil and financial sectors.
- According to Iran, the United States "defeated the Islamic Republic over the past 40 years"
- The European Union plans to circumvent the sanctions, Iranian IRNA Iranian news agency reported
- The resumed sanctions of Mr Trump come into force on Monday
Ali Khamenei's supreme leader Aliatollah also said that Iran's dominant opponent, the United States, was unable to re-establish its dominance over Iran, as the country's 1979 Islamic Revolution overthrowed the US-sponsored Shah.
"The world is opposed to Trump's decision," said the Iranian state television, a Iranian Iranian finalist clerk, Mr. Khamenei, in talks with thousands of students.
"America's purpose was to restore its rule [before 1979] but failed. America has defeated the Islamic Republic over the past 40 years. "
Washington on Monday again imposes major sanctions on Iran's vital oil and banking sectors to try to force the Islamic Republic to negotiate nuclear missile and ballistic missile programs and to abolish proxies in Middle East conflicts.
According to Trump's management, however, eight importing countries could temporarily allow the purchase of Iranian oil when penalties come into effect.
Turkey has said that Ankara received initial indications from Washington that it would grant a waiver but would wait on Monday to clarify.
India's oil minister, Dharmendra Pradhan, said that the country and other leading oil importers will benefit from American resignations.
Most international sanctions against Iran were lifted in the beginning of 2016 in the Iranian Treaty signed with world powers during the previous year, during which the uranium enrichment program was curtailed, widely disguised as a disguised effort to expel a nuclear bomb.
But Trump condemned his predecessor, Barack Obama's nuclear agreement, as Iran was wrong in his favor and withdrew Washington from the pact in May. Mr Trump was welcomed by the Arab Allies of the Sunni Muslim Asian Gulf in Washington, who have been involved in the conflict with the gray Iranian tribes for decades.
The United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash said on Saturday that Iran's "aggressive policy" is "largely responsible for restoring US sanctions to Tehran."
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif telephoned the European Union's foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini and others, Germany, Sweden and Denmark on contingent European measures against American sanctions, Iran's Iranian news agency.
"I'm against you"
The image that Mr. Trump tweeted from his account, which brings creative inspiration from the Throne Game series. (AP / Donald J. Trump's Twitter account)
Meanwhile, General Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force commander of the elite Iranian revolutionary guards, overseeing its operation abroad, replied to Trump's Game of Thrones-inspired tweezers Friday, warning that "sanctions come".
"I will stand against you," said Mr. Soleimani at Instagram, publishing a similar subject photo and repeating the comments in July.
The EU, France, Germany and Britain – together with Russia and China in a nuclear hearing with the signatory Iran – announced on Friday a joint statement that Mr. Trump had decided to restore Iran's sanctions.
Diplomas last week told Reuters that a new EU mechanism to facilitate payments for Iranian exports will work legally until November 4, but it will not work early next year.
Nevertheless, they warned that no country volunteered to accept the entity, which delayed the process.
A senior French diplomat said on Saturday that no trade links could be made with this mechanism before the end of 2018. Until now, other countries, including China, do not belong, although this may change over time.
The rest of the nuclear business is an important bastion against the risk of a wider war in the Middle East and has strengthened its commitment.
Iran said it could leave the pact if the EU can not defend its economic benefits.
By tightening sanctions, Mr Trump seeks to end Iranian uranium enrichment and halt the development of ballistic missiles and support for proxy forces in Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and the Middle East.
"Iran … will not allow the Trump regime, which has lost American foreign policy against all principles and has achieved its illegal goals," said the Iranian Foreign Ministry in the IRNA statement.
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