Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Russian FM Warns against Attack on Iran

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned against an Israeli attack on Iran's nuclear sites, calling it a “huge mistake.”

“We believe this would be a huge mistake and we hope that this would never happen,” said Lavrov. “The use of force in this region would be catastrophic,” he added [Tolo News, 20 March].


Anonymous said...

Had an attack been inthe pipeline, Iran would be having S300's now.

The Russians were given garanties there wont be one, and its all to keep the Oil price up.

Dariush London

Anonymous said...

And since the oil prices are up,out of these two countries Russia benefits the most and Iran the least.


Anonymous said...

Anon 2:43 PM

Oil prices benefit Iran just as much as Russia. The only difference is that Iran is under sanctions, but nonetheless, it is still able to reap the benefits of high oil prices.

mat said...

How good Iran's military strengths and capabilities are?

A striking against any of Iran's peaceful nuclear energy facilities either by Israel or the U.S., or the least by even with a single bullet drops on iranian soil, by then, we shall all witness the real of Iran's.

Anonymous said...

Keep dreaming Mat...