The end of the “evil presence” of the United States in West Asia has begun, said the Iranian Foreign Minister.
The end of the U.S. presence in West Asia is beginning. This was stated by Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif in Twiter.
So he responded to the words of U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, who posted on Twitter a video of the protests in Iraq with the caption: “Iraqis dance in the streets in support of freedom. They are grateful that General Suleimani is gone.”
24 hours ago, an arrogant clown posing as a diplomat said that people in Iraqi cities were dancing. Today, hundreds of thousands of our proud Iraqi brothers and sisters have given him their answer on their own land. The end of the ominous Presence of the United States in West Asia has begun,” Zarif wrote.
Recall, on Friday, January 3, it became known that the U.S. conducted an operation in Iraq to eliminate Iranian General Kasem Suleimani. The missile strike on the convoy, which was followed by the military commander, was ordered by Trump.
Iranian authorities have accused Washington of international terrorism and vowed to avenge Suleimani’s death.