"Outlaw regime": Tehran reacts to the withdrawal of the US from the friendship treaty with Iran


International22: 46 03.10.2018 (updated 22:48 03.10.2018) Short URLEn Criticizing Washington's decision to denounce the friendship treaty with Tehran, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called the United States "an outlaw regime." However, following this statement, the US security adviser, John Bolton, baptized Iran the "rogue regime." Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reacted to Washington's decision to break the treaty. with Tehran from 1955.
"The United States has renounced the Joint Global Action Plan [sur le programme nucléaire iranien, ndlr] set out in UN Security Council Resolution 2231. Today, the United States has come out of the current US-Iran treaty, after the UN's International Court of Justice (ICJ) forced them to stop violating this agreement with sanctions against the Iranians. Regime out of the law, "wrote Mr. Zarif on his Twitter account.
This statement by the head of Iranian diplomacy has not gone unanswered. US National Security Adviser John Bolton called Iran a "rogue regime" and said he was not prepared to seriously consider Iran's criticism of Washington.
Previously, the ICJ judges unanimously ruled that US sanctions against certain goods constituted a violation of the agreement in question, which encourages trade.
Following this decision, the United States terminated a 1955 friendship treaty with Iran. Washington also withdrew from the Protocol on the Compulsory Settlement of Disputes Relating to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. because of Palestine's complaint to the International Court of Justice to challenge the transfer of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.