\"The key to resolving the issue lies in the UN Security Council, which should adopt a resolution condemning the U.S. move,\" he said. The escalation of U.S.-Iranian tensions over the killing of Iran's top military officer, Sleimani, comes as Iran announces it is entering the final stage of suspending its implementation of the Iran nuclear deal. Aleksey, Vice-President of the Russian State Duma Committee for International Affairs, said:'We are looking forward to seeing this. Mr. Chipa, speaking of the matter on Friday, rebuked the U.S. for its irresponsible moves and called on the U.N. Security Council to come forward to coordinate tensions.
Tensions between Iran and the United States escalated sharply last week when senior Iranian officer Suleimanni was killed in an American airstrike. Iran then announced that it would enter the final phase of suspending its nuclear agreement, meaning that its nuclear program would no longer be subject to any practical restrictions. On the 5th, Cepa pointed the finger at the United States, which he believes is linked to the \"irresponsible\" actions of the United States.
“（ Iran) to this point is tied to America. The situation now could lead Iran to launch its nuclear program,"the Russian newspaper added, citing Cheppa,"the key to resolving this issue lies in the UN Security Council, which should adopt a resolution condemning the relevant U.S. moves.”
《 News noted that the Iranian side's statement was made shortly after the killing of General Suleimani. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, U.S. forces launched a drone strike at Iraq's Baghdad International Airport, killing Al-Quds Brigade brigade commander Suleimani, described by foreign media as a "key general," and the actual leader of Iraq's Shi'ite militia, the People's Mobilization Group, Mohammadis.
In a series of responses from Iran's leaders on Wednesday, words such as mourning for Suleimani's \"martyrdom,\" slamming the United States for\" atrocities,\" and vowing to \"exact revenge\" throughout. Not only that, but the new commander of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Al-Quds Brigade, Mr. Suleimani's successor, Ismael, said:\" I'm sorry. Esmail Ghaani also spoke out on Saturday, vowing to avenge the US's killing of Suleimani, saying \"in return for his martyrdom, our goal is to drive America out of the region.\"