US threatens to destroy Iranian missiles shipped to Venezuela

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EXCLUSIVE: The USA is warning it is going to destroy potential Iranian long-range missile shipments delivered to the Maduro regime in Venezuela, a senior administration official tells Fox Information.

“The switch of long-range missiles from Iran to Venezuela just isn’t acceptable to america and won’t be tolerated or permitted,” stated Elliott Abrams, the State Division Particular Consultant for Iran and Venezuela.

“We are going to make each effort to cease shipments of long-range missiles, and if in some way they get to Venezuela they are going to be eradicated there,” added a senior administration official.


The officers offered no info that such shipments have been imminent. They solely claimed that Iran and Venezuela are a probable pair for arms offers. 

“Iran has introduced its intention to have interaction in arms gross sales, and Venezuela is an apparent goal as a result of these two pariah regimes have already got a relationship,” stated Abrams. “Venezuela is paying in gold to purchase gasoline from Iran, and there’s an Iranian presence within the nation. Venezuela’s economic system has collapsed, so each bar of gold for Iran is tens of 1000’s of {dollars} the Venezuelan folks want for meals and medication.”

Final week, a United Nations embargo on Iran shopping for and promoting standard weapons expired. The Trump administration unsuccessfully tried to persuade the United Nations Safety Council to increase the embargo. 


“Iran has shipped missiles to the Houthis, so we all know they’re prepared, prepared, and capable of ship them to Venezuela and different attainable consumers,” stated the administration official. “Each supply of Iranian arms destabilizes South America and the Caribbean, and is very harmful to Venezuela’s neighbors in Brazil, Colombia, and Guyana.”

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