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The United States has targeted Iran in the UN Security Council!

The United Nations (UN) Permanent Representative, Nikki Haley, targeted Iran in the United Nations Security Council, and in the Middle East, peace and safety...

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The United States has targeted Iran in the UN Security Council!
The United States has targeted Iran in UN Security Council! AA World News Introduction Date: 18.10.2017 19:59 date of renovation: 18.10.2017 20:08 The United Nations (UN) Permanent Representative, Nikki Haley, targeted Iran at United Nations Security Council and claimed that Iran is behind every threat to peace and safety in Middle East.

Speaking at a meeting on Middle East and Palestine at UN Security Council, Haley led hard criticism by separating entire speech into Iran and nuclear treaty. Haley accused Iran of causing terrorism and territorial instability.

"It would be foolish for questioning of aggressive, destabilizing and unlawful behaviour of Iran," Haley said, suggesting that Iran is source of Convention weapons in Yemen and Lebanon.

"Every threat to peace and security in Middle East is linked to Iran," Haley said.

The US, France, Australia and Ukraine have stopped ir ships carrying rocket launchers, machine guns and anti-tank missiles to Yemen, and Haley voiced that Iran's BMGK violated decisions of arms embargo against Huss in Yemen.

"If North Korea's missile trials are wrong, n same rules are not valid for Iran and are being tolerated," said Haley, who criticised Iran for missile trials.

Criticism from Russia to United States

Russia's Permanent Representative to UN, Vassily Nebenzia, noted that Haley was not worth noting in any way to Palestinian problem at BMGK session, in which Palestinian issue was discussed.

"The US Permanent Representative of UN was disappointed that Haley did not mention Palestinian problem once," Nebenzia said.

He said y were saddened to make no progress in Palestinian issue, Nebenzia told Israeli-Palestinian problem that y supported regional initiatives in solution.

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