Hossein Salami the leader of the Revolutionary Guards, threatens EU member countries following the vote of the European Parliament.
Published on 23.1.2023
Hossein Salami the leader of the Revolutionary Guards threatens EU member countries following the vote of the European Parliament “If they add the Revolutionary Guards to the list of terrorist organizations, they must bear the consequences of this mistake”.
RFI reports to us that Iran will take reciprocal action if the EU punishes the Revolutionary Guards.
After the decision of the European Parliament which requested that the Revolutionary Guards, the Iranian elite army, be placed in the list of terrorist groups, the Iranian Parliament reacted by introducing a bill obliging the government to place European military forces as terrorist armies, which will be a game-changer in the region.
With our correspondent in Tehran, Siavosh Ghazi
The Iranian leaders have hardened their tone with regard to European countries. After a closed session in front of the deputies, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdolahian issued a clear warning to the leaders of the 27 European countries. The latter must decide this Monday, January 23 if they will implement the resolution adopted by the European Parliament which calls for the Revolutionary Guards to be on the list of terrorist groups.
The project presented by the Iranian Parliament obliging the government to consider European forces as terrorist armies is a reciprocal action and, of course, this will have profound consequences on the presence of the armed forces in the region, affirmed Hossein Amir Abdolahien
Nuclear: all scenarios are possible
This will have particular effects in the Persian Gulf region, where European armed forces are present.
Indeed, the Revolutionary Guards are an integral part of the Iranian armed forces.
Hossein Amir Abdolahian went even further. Asked about Iran’s possible exit from the Non-Proliferation Treaty in reaction to a European decision, he said that all scenarios are possible. In this case, all the experts of theInternational Atomic Energy Agency will be expelled and the IAEA will no longer have any control over Tehran’s nuclear program.