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Iran Threatens ‘Harsh Response’ To Any US Mistake

Ebrahim Raisi, the president of Iran, declared on Thursday that any “error” made by Washington or its allies would be met with a “severe and regrettable response” from the Islamic Republic.

In a display of unity by partners long divided over negotiations with Tehran, US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid signed a joint declaration on Thursday to deny Iran nuclear weapons.

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“The great nation of Iran will not accept any insecurity or crisis in the region and Washington and its allies should know that any mistake will be met by a harsh and regrettable response from Iran,” Raisi said during a speech.

The nuclear capabilities of Iran have long been a source of worry for both Washington and Israel. Iran claims it has never had any desire to create a nuclear weapon.

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Ebrahim Raisi, the president of Iran, declared on Thursday that any “error” made by Washington or its allies would be met with a “severe and regrettable response” from the Islamic Republic.

In a display of unity by partners long divided over negotiations with Tehran, US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid signed a joint declaration on Thursday to deny Iran nuclear weapons.

READ MORE: Biden Vows To Keep IRGC On Terror List

“The great nation of Iran will not accept any insecurity or crisis in the region and Washington and its allies should know that any mistake will be met by a harsh and regrettable response from Iran,” Raisi said during a speech.

The nuclear capabilities of Iran have long been a source of worry for both Washington and Israel. Iran claims it has never had any desire to create a nuclear weapon.

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