US President Joe Biden has decided to extend the “national emergency” imposed on Iran, which he says continues to pose a threat to national security.
US President Joe Biden has informed Congress that he will extend the “national emergency” presidential decree declared in 1995 to combat threats to US national security, foreign policy, and the US economy posed by the actions of the Iranian government.
President Biden called Iran’s national security, foreign policy, and economy “extraordinary and extraordinary” due to “Iran’s exploitation and development of missiles, asymmetric and conventional weapons, its aggression in the region, its support for terrorist groups, and Iran’s malign activities.” The Revolutionary Guard and its proxies. “She continues to pose a threat,” he said.
For these reasons, Biden noted that the state of emergency, which expired on March 15, 2023, should remain in place beyond that date.
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