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LONDON: Soleimani could succeed Khamenei if the Iranian regime changes

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LONDON: Soleimani could succeed Khamenei if the Iranian regime changes

Post by rocky on Wed 16 May 2018, 3:49 am


LONDON: Soleimani could succeed Khamenei if the Iranian regime changes
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson warned that regime change in Iran would not necessarily be a good thing after Washington withdrew from the nuclear deal between Tehran and the six countries. He did not rule out that the commander of the Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guard, General Qassim Soleimani, would succeed Khamenei.
Asked whether John Bolton, the US national security adviser, was seeking regime change in Iran, Johnson said, "regime change in Tehran is not the goal we should seek, we may seek to change the regime, At some stage in the near future, but I can not say with any kind of conviction that it will be a change for the better. I can imagine that Qasem Soleimani may put himself in a very good position to replace Khamenei, for example. "
He said that the meetings held by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Brussels on Wednesday were "an opportunity to discuss how to continue to support the easing of sanctions on Iran, while the Iranians keep their commitments to the nuclear agreement."
"This is also an opportunity to" inform Iran about our broader and disruptive behavior in the Middle East. "
He urged Washington to "avoid any actions that could prevent the remaining parties to the agreement from fulfilling their obligations under the agreement, including through the easing of sanctions through legitimate trade."
He added that EU leaders will discuss ways of protecting European companies dealing with Tehran from US sanctions, pointing out that European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU Foreign Minister Federica Mujerini will brief the bloc leaders on the options available in Sofia today.


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