Iran's Zarif on Pompeo: U.S. brings chaos where it interferes

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January 10, 2019 18:32
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DUBAI - Iran's foreign minister mocked US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's speech on Thursday in which he said "when America retreats, chaos follows," by asserting the opposite was true.

"Whenever/wherever US interferes, chaos, repression and resentment follow," Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote on Twitter.

"The day Iran mimics US clients & @SecPompeo's 'human rights models' — be it the Shah or current butchers — to become a 'normal' country is the day hell freezes over. Best for the US to just get over loss of Iran."

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