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    Breaking: Iran withstands Washington’s ‘maximum pressure’ as US power declines: IRGC commander
    NBS | Sunday, November 22nd, 2020 | Published: 6:00 am

    Breaking: Iran withstands Washington’s ‘maximum pressure’ as US power declines: IRGC commander

    The Chief Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the Iranian nation continues to resist Washington’s so-called “maximum pressure” campaign as the US is losing its power and influence both inside and outside its borders.

    According to Press TV, Major General Hossein Salami while addressing a ceremony in Tehran on Sunday said, “Today, following the teachings of the Qur’an, the Iranian nation has chosen to remain patient and withstand all maximum pressures [exerted on it by the US administration] and this is just the beginning for a nation, which has never trusted its oppressor enemy even for a second.”

    Elsewhere in his remarks, the IRGC commander said, “The Iranian nation is resisting all kinds of ‘maximum pressure’ because its power to resist is much greater than pressures mounted on it…. The enemy has taken aim at [the Iranian] people’s health, security, livelihood … and people are exactly aware of this reality and are standing against the enemy with all their might.”

    “At the present time, we are witness to the reality that … the United States, as the symbol of the West’s power, is in decline and this reality is undeniable,” Major General Salami said, adding, “The US is falling apart from within … and its power and influence have greatly reduced outside [its borders].”

    Stressing that the United States is currently grappling with major economic problems, the chief commander of the IRGC said the US military power has been also worn out, because of its 40-year confrontation with the resistance of the Iranian nation’s “corroding power,” which has engaged its military and defeated it on many occasions.

    Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said earlier this month that the time for the United States’ policy of exerting ‘maximum pressure’ on other countries, including the Islamic Republic, is over and this policy has failed to produce any results.

    Alluding to Trump’s policy of mounting maximum pressure on Iran to force the country to submit to Washington’s demands, Rouhani said, “All signs and indications in the current world, from America to Europe, show that the world has understood that the [policy of exerting] maximum pressure is not effective and its time is over.”

    A senior Russian diplomat also said on Saturday that the so-called ‘maximum pressure’ policy pursued by the United States against Iran has failed to fulfill Washington’s demand to target the country’s economy and has only led to humanitarian sufferings.

    “US proudly (and justifiably) states that maximum pressure campaign had a devastating effect on Iranian economy. But this is one side of the coin,” Mikhail Ulyanov, the Russian ambassador to international organizations in Vienna, said in a post on his Twitter account.

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