So much for the embargo on Iranian missiles

So much for the embargo on Iranian missiles

Here, in a nutshell, is the contradiction of current U.S. policy toward Iran: while the Pentagon deploys a Thaad missile defense system in the Middle East to protect U.S. bases from volleys of missiles fired by Iranian proxies, the Biden administration allowed the international embargo on Iran to apply. the missile program ended.

October 18 was the transition day under the Iran nuclear deal, and with it UN sanctions on missiles and drones. Iran’s terrorist proxies and foreign clients such as Vladimir Putin send you their greetings.

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