We'll do all the things we need to do to make sure that those sanctions are enforced'
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted Wednesday the United States will enforce new "UN" sanctions on Iran starting next week, despite an overwhelming consensus that Washington is out of bounds.
"The United States will do what it always does. It will do its share as part of its responsibilities to enable peace, this time in the Middle East," Pompeo told a joint news conference with British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.
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“We'll do all the things we need to do to make sure that those sanctions are enforced,” he said.
Pompeo last month headed to the United Nations to announce the "snapback" of sanctions under a 2015 Security Council resolution after failing to extend an embargo on conventional arms sales to Iran. Read more at i24