United States threatens: “We want to make clear that this is no time to have relationships with Iran”
January 6, 2012
In a not-quite-diplomatic tone, the US government asked the countries of Latin America to end their diplomatic relationships with Teheran, which is “aisolated from the international community”.
The spokeswoman of the Department of State, Victoria Nuland, asked the countries of the region to cease their relationships with Iran.
She justified the request by saying that “as the regime feels more and more pressured, it desperatly seeks friends and freneticly travles to interesting spots to make new friends”.
Then, she gave a strong “advise” to “all the countries in the world”. “We are making it absolutly clear to all the countries in the World that this is no time to deepen the relationships, not in security nor in economy, with Iran”, she said.