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Russia Advises Donald Trump Not To Play With Fire

The First Deputy Chairman of the Defense and Security Committee of the Council of the Russian Federation advised the President of the United States not to try to test the power of Iran.

The former Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Defense and Security of the Russian Senate Frants Klintsevich said on Saturday (October 14th) that Donald was “a mistake”, a willingness to test the power of Iran. Trump would do better not push the Islamic Republic of Iran to flaunt all its power because its potential power was much greater than that of North Korea.

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Interviewed by the Novosti news agency, the Russian senator said: “It is sometimes difficult to distinguish which is more important for Trump; the realization of its own show or the realization of the real objectives of the United States. It is very likely that by his speech, Trump only wanted to show his muscles to Iran without going to the act. In any case, I hope that Trump will not make such a mistake because the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris agreement on climate and UNESCO is in no way comparable to their withdrawal from the nuclear agreement . This is global security. I, as a military man, think that Washington should and should never provoke Iran. Politics does not look like a show all the more because there are weapons that can pull. ”

Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said on Friday (October 13th) that the withdrawal of the White House from the 2015 nuclear agreement could have undesirable impacts.

“Such statements will undermine security and stability in the world and the nuclear non-proliferation regime,” said Peskov.

In his speech, US President Donald Trump refused on Friday (October 13th) to certify the Iranian nuclear agreement and authorized the Treasury Department to sanction Iran more.

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