Iran stronger after nuclear deal: Deputy FM
Iranian deputy foreign minister said that the newly-passed sanctions in the US Congress is a hostile move toward Iran.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi said in the IRIB 1 interview program View One on Saturday evening that with the JCPOA, Iran has become stronger and has rebuilt its international face, honor, and also its economic power; and the US intends to push Iran back.
He added that Iran is becoming more powerful every day and can help its allies in the region; Iran helped Syria free Aleppo, helped Iraq free Mosul, and fights terrorism in the region.
Even the United Sstates have admitted that Iran has become stronger after the nuclear deal and US politicians accuse Iran to have become more aggressive, said Araqchi.