Macron slams Iran's 'reckless rush' to develop its nuclear program

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Macron slams Iran's 'reckless rush' to develop its nuclear program

French President Emmanuel Macron has sharply criticized what he called Iran's "unbridled rush" to develop its nuclear program. According to him, this threatens Tehran with serious consequences if it does not stop, the Times of Israel writes.

The article says that the French leader expressed his opinion on the actions of the Islamic Republic after a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Elysee Palace on Thursday, February 2. Macron also noted that Iran's support for "Russian aggression" in Ukraine will inevitably result in new sanctions for Iran and increase its isolation.



In turn, according to the Israeli edition, Benjamin Netanyahu called on the French leader to support the tightening of economic pressure on Tehran, as well as to strengthen containment measures against Iran and its allies, also not forgetting to mention the alleged supplies drones-kamikaze to Ukraine.

At the same time, the article says that Macron, during a meeting with Netanyahu, called on the Israeli prime minister to avoid any steps that could provoke a new round of violence with Palestine. He also stressed France's commitment, literally, to "the historic status quo in the Holy Places in Jerusalem" and its "strong opposition to the building of settlements in those territories."

By playing the “Ukrainian card” and scaring the West with a nuclear threat, Netanyahu hopes to consolidate the “anti-Iranian front”, as well as achieve an end to negotiations on the “nuclear deal” and return Council sanctions, according to David Halfa, an expert from the Paris think tank, quoted by the Times of Israel. UN Security Council against Tehran.
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  1. +11
    3 February 2023 13: 46
    And let the granddaughter refuse nuclear weapons, why does France need it? For some reason, he doesn’t care about Israel’s possession of a nuclear bomb, and this is a direct violation of the UN resolution on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and the fact that they squinted slyly say honest Jewish is not credible. Again on drones, but who forbade delivering something to the conflict zone? I don’t remember such a decision, Western countries are openly stuffing Kyiv with weapons, but what does Iran do differently from them?
    1. -15
      3 February 2023 13: 59
      Quote from Silver99
      And let the granddaughter refuse nuclear weapons, why does France need it? For some reason, he doesn’t care about Israel’s possession of a nuclear bomb, and this is a direct violation of the UN resolution on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and the fact that they squinted slyly say honest Jewish is not credible. Again on drones, but who forbade delivering something to the conflict zone? I don’t remember such a decision, Western countries are openly stuffing Kyiv with weapons, but what does Iran do differently from them?

      And if tomorrow the UN adopts a resolution that the Russian Federation is not allowed to use nuclear weapons, will you get rid of it?
      1. +6
        3 February 2023 14: 12
        Quote: Aron Zaavi
        And if tomorrow the UN adopts a resolution

        Let them accept. Have you forgotten about the right of veto? Here's how they'll take it - let's talk. In the meantime
        Israel must get rid of its nuclear weapons and transfer nuclear facilities to the IAEA. The corresponding statement was made by the First Committee of the UN General Assembly following the voting results.
        The resolution of the General Assembly was supported by 152 countries, against were only five states, reports the Jerusalem Post.

        Come on, come on? Are we violating? And do not push on the fairy tales of Nostradamus "will be accepted, they will not accept", you are international criminals now.
        1. -5
          3 February 2023 14: 39
          Quote from Bingo
          let them accept. Have you forgotten about the right of veto? Here's how they'll take it - let's talk.
          A veto only in the Security Council makes sense.
          In the meantime,
          Israel must get rid of its nuclear weapons and transfer nuclear facilities to the IAEA. The corresponding statement was made by the First Committee of the UN General Assembly following the voting results.
          The resolution of the General Assembly was supported by 152 countries, against were only five states, reports the Jerusalem Post.

          Come on, come on? Are we violating? And do not push on the fairy tales of Nostradamus "will be accepted, they will not accept", you are international criminals now.

          And the General Assembly can only have recommendations. So everyone who voted for this resolution goes out.
          1. +3
            3 February 2023 14: 56
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            And if tomorrow the UN adopts a resolution that the Russian Federation is not allowed to use nuclear weapons, will you get rid of it?

            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            the General Assembly can only have recommendations. So everyone who voted for this resolution goes out.

            How wonderfully you refute yourself ... Well, why the hell is it asked, have you deluded your first post?
      2. +3
        3 February 2023 14: 13
        And if the UN accepts that the United States would remove its bases from other countries? Or will he also decide that the United States should abandon nuclear weapons, because they are the only country that used it against the civilian population? What will the US listen to?
        Iran is doing everything right, they have been in a non-nuclear status for a long time, and sanctions and unfriendly steps are still there ...
      3. +1
        3 February 2023 15: 03
        And if tomorrow the UN adopts a resolution that the Russian Federation is not allowed to nuclear weapons

        there is a treaty "on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons" from 1970
        signatories: USA, USSR (RF), England - what does the UN have to do with it (?)
        no one needs a hypothetical supply of non-nuclear country "X" of thermonuclear warheads for OTRK, BR, KR, as well as nuclear shells
      4. 0
        3 February 2023 15: 18
        And if tomorrow the UN adopts a resolution that the Russian Federation is not allowed to use nuclear weapons, will you get rid of it?

        Yes, we will get rid of NATO countries and its satellite Israel by launching it to you hi
    2. +2
      3 February 2023 14: 00
      Here is a macron real hell! What right does he have to tell Iran how to live?! Europe pack of hyenas
      1. old
        +2
        3 February 2023 14: 16
        What right does he have to tell Iran how to live?!

        Macron believes he has. And he sincerely believes. And Borrell believes, and Von Der Lein, and a lot of the same Euro-politicians who, without a pointer from Washington, do not even dare to bark.
    3. +2
      3 February 2023 14: 26
      Quote from Silver99
      Again on drones, but who forbade delivering something to the conflict zone? I don’t remember such a decision, Western countries are openly stuffing Kyiv with weapons, but what does Iran do differently from them?

      Yes, the same Israel supplies kamikaze drones to the Kyiv junta!
      So let the lover of old women Micron shut his mouth.
      This is not his dog-geranthophile business ... am
      1. -3
        3 February 2023 14: 43
        Quote: Paul Siebert

        Yes, the same Israel supplies kamikaze drones to the Kyiv junta!
        So let the lover of old women Micron shut his mouth.
        This is not his dog-geranthophile business ... am

        My dear, you are lying recourse So far, only Russia has Israeli drones in the war zone.
  2. +3
    3 February 2023 13: 51
    Iraq, Hussein listened to people like Macron, found himself in a loop. And the country itself is a white spot, like Libya, as a decent part of Syria. You can only see what's going on there from space.
    1. +1
      3 February 2023 14: 00
      And Kim Chenyn lives in peace, he turned everyone as he wanted
      1. +1
        3 February 2023 14: 09
        don’t fuss with your grandmother ... otherwise, you never know.
        1. 0
          3 February 2023 14: 46
          As in a joke, when a mother calls her son home from the window, and he, "Mom, am I hungry or cold?" To show more on the covers of newspapers and on TV. to the envy of neighbors and friends..
  3. +1
    3 February 2023 13: 54
    Somehow Macron has been quite twitchy lately. It seems that things are not going well in his kingdom.
  4. +2
    3 February 2023 13: 57
    Macron is a plug in all barrels. An expert on all types of issues. Wherever you look, he is everywhere on a horse. He gets the truth, not really
    1. +2
      3 February 2023 14: 01
      He is more able to be under a horse)
    2. old
      0
      3 February 2023 14: 24
      An expert on all types of issues.

      It is a pity that the idea of ​​a penis with eggs instead of a spire at the cathedral in Notre Dame de Paris did not receive a practical continuation. The cathedral could become a symbol of France. Macron's Golden Member))
  5. +1
    3 February 2023 14: 01
    The sad fate of Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq makes Iran hurry.
    The DPRK (like Russia) clearly showed everyone that only nuclear weapons can stop Westerners. Preferably in large quantities. It is desirable that she could fly to Washington and London.
  6. +1
    3 February 2023 14: 06
    the French leader expressed his opinion on the actions of the Islamic Republic after a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
    At the meeting, Binet spoke out about the violence in Palestine .. then, to him, he shouted after him that he was against the actions of Iran .. smile Tries to be good, for the Arabs and for the Israelis ..
  7. +1
    3 February 2023 14: 06
    So Macron, what worries more - Iran's "nuclear program" or its support for Russia's NVO? As I understand it, the first was said exclusively for Netanyahu, and the second for internal use in the EU. Macron is either a "peacemaker", or a hawk, or just a political narcissist. So it turns out that, in fact, an ordinary political dummy, mired in the internal problems of its country, but sticking out its concern for the world order.
    1. +1
      3 February 2023 14: 14
      He is a narcissistic rooster (not a symbol of freedom-loving France).
  8. +1
    3 February 2023 14: 08
    And what is left for Iran? Where they didn’t make a vigorous loaf, Muammar Gaddafi cries over those in another world, and whoever made a vigorous loaf - Kim Jong Ying - shows a striped dool. tongue
  9. +1
    3 February 2023 14: 12
    Here the meaning is this, do not freak out and maybe in the visible future we will soften the sanctions for you laughing ... but they climbed the wrong one again! Iran remembers everything ... they need a little help with nuclear weapons Yes
  10. +1
    3 February 2023 14: 13
    Iran is all so "tensed" from the statements of the US vassal
  11. 0
    3 February 2023 14: 22
    And since when does a lover of pensioners open his mouth to a sovereign country?
    If they want nuclear weapons, let them want it, maybe there will be one less Israel.
  12. 0
    3 February 2023 14: 22
    Macron should learn history. Bad conspiracy theorists claim that Nikita ass-headed gave De Gaulle the technology of the French atomic bomb as a token of gratitude for the break with the United States and the promise to leave NATO. what
  13. 0
    3 February 2023 14: 24
    Does he not want to criticize Israel? And France does not want to abandon nuclear weapons?
  14. 0
    3 February 2023 14: 24
    Well, of course, pasta, Iran will take it under the hood and stop. He also forgot to add that in the spirit of European solidarity, for the sake of LGBT values ​​and in memory of Yugoslavia with Ukraine, Iran does not need to be able to defend itself. Still, such peaceful and fluffy ones gathered in the garden, a day does not pass without gifts from the kindergarten.
  15. 0
    3 February 2023 14: 30
    Quote from Bingo
    Quote: Aron Zaavi
    And if tomorrow the UN adopts a resolution

    Let them accept. Have you forgotten about the right of veto? Here's how they'll take it - let's talk. In the meantime
    Israel must get rid of its nuclear weapons and transfer nuclear facilities to the IAEA. The corresponding statement was made by the First Committee of the UN General Assembly following the voting results.
    The resolution of the General Assembly was supported by 152 countries, against were only five states, reports the Jerusalem Post.

    Come on, come on? Are we violating? And do not push on the fairy tales of Nostradamus "will be accepted, they will not accept", you are international criminals now.

    Well ... What, the descendants of the promised land of Moses refused nuclear weapons ??? lol Or sent somewhere far away three by five and a floor above??? wassat
  16. 0
    3 February 2023 14: 35
    Macron slams Iran's 'reckless rush' to develop its nuclear program
    Well, yes, those who are friends with their heads are in a hurry, as they should. And those who weren’t particularly friendly with their heads ... those are no longer there and those who have, now, the audacity to teach the rest, have succeeded in eliminating them.
  17. 0
    3 February 2023 14: 49
    Quote: Aaron Zawi
    Quote from Silver99
    And let the granddaughter refuse nuclear weapons, why does France need it? For some reason, he doesn’t care about Israel’s possession of a nuclear bomb, and this is a direct violation of the UN resolution on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and the fact that they squinted slyly say honest Jewish is not credible. Again on drones, but who forbade delivering something to the conflict zone? I don’t remember such a decision, Western countries are openly stuffing Kyiv with weapons, but what does Iran do differently from them?

    And if tomorrow the UN adopts a resolution that the Russian Federation is not allowed to use nuclear weapons, will you get rid of it?

    So are you confusing the USSR with the reason for the right to possess nuclear weapons, it didn’t win the lottery, but Israel exists thanks to the USSR both literally and figuratively, or do you want to cancel the 1947 resolution, England was against your statehood?
  18. 0
    3 February 2023 15: 06
    Again this lover of old women with his peacefulness sticks his frog nose
  19. 0
    3 February 2023 15: 24
    seems Macron was talking again to his chosenite handlers, repeating the big lie. Just like the weapons of mass destruction of Iraq. When will the French and the Germans and the population of those Western Nato countries realize that they have been conquered and their leaders are simply traitors leading them down to ruination?
  20. 0
    5 February 2023 12: 24
    I don’t think that someone is developing something in a hurry, Russia also needs to develop an army, and not suffer. And then our leaders before the war reduced military universities, that there were no officers, they reduced the army to such a number that they could not even take Ukraine.
    It was necessary to think logically while the NATO block was standing near the gate, the army should be no less and no worse than all the armies combined
    This Block of NATO was created to fool countries, like here we have a small army, and if Che, then they will gather for 100 armies

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