America declares build a coalition against Iran similar to an alliance against Daesh[/size]
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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will elaborate on the idea on Monday in his first foreign policy speech since he took office at the end of April and will talk in particular about Iran and how to move forward.
"The United States will work hard to build an alliance," State Department spokeswoman Heather Naort said in Washington.
"We will bring together many countries around the world with the specific goal of monitoring the Iranian regime through a more realistic perspective, not only through the nuclear agreement, but through all its destabilizing activities that are not only a threat to the region but to the entire world," she said.
"This is not an anti-Iranian coalition, we clearly distinguish between the Iranian people and the Iranian regime," she said. "It is about the Iranian regime and its bad deeds."
Naourt gave the example of the "International Coalition Against a Defiant Organization in Iraq and Syria", launched in 2014 and currently includes 75 countries or institutions, noting that it intervenes militarily to fight the organization, while not determine whether the future coalition against the Iranian regime will also have a military or No.
The spokeswoman said that the State Department had received about 200 foreign ambassadors last Monday to explain to them the decision of US President Donald Trump on the withdrawal from the nuclear agreement signed in 2015 with Iran, and discuss the next steps.
In response to a question about the willingness of Europeans to participate in this new alliance, despite their rejection of Washington's decision to withdraw from the nuclear agreement with Iran, the State Department confirmed that many of the partners of the United States "fully understand" US concerns and "do not overlook" The Iranian position.