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Warsaw Conference, Its Reflections, Outcomes And Consequences

 By Reza Hoseani

The Warsaw Summit has had very widespread reflections on the international media, from American to European media, in particular from Poland to Albania, the Balkans and other countries that participated in the summit, including the Arab media.

These reflections emphasized 2 points:

First, the necessity of overthrowing the Iran regime, in particular, the talk of Rudy Giuliani in the demonstrations of supporters of resistance and interviews with various media.

“It is the only way to change the regime in Iran in order to establish peace and stability in the Middle East,” said Rudy Giuliani, “…” The Warsaw conference is organized to deal with these regime actions.

Second: emphasis on the role of the replacement of Iranian resistance after the overthrow of the Iran regime, which was very impressive in media coverage.

In this case, the terms of Giuliani’s title one were many of the media’s news, which emphasized the readiness of the alternative by supporting Mrs. Maryam Rajavi’s plan for Iran tomorrow.

In addition, two major issues, namely the need to overthrow the regime and the emphasis on the role of the PMOI alternative, the subject matter of the media interest was the end of compromise and negotiation with the Iranian regime.

Senator Robert Torricelli, in this regard, said: “The martyrs of the Iranian Resistance, who are lying in their graves, testify to the fact that no negotiations with this regime are relevant.”

At the conference, attention was drawn to the strong and clear statement by Vice President Mike Pence, “the biggest threat to peace and security in the Middle East is the Iranian regime.” The Iranian regime is the first supporter of terrorism in the world.”

Pence also noted the history of terrorist acts in the regime in Europe, calling on Europe to move away from the regime and pointing to the persistence of the uprisings of the Iranian people, and emphasized that we, along with the freedom-loving people of the world, are firmly and powerful against the Iranian regime.

The media in the world, especially the statement, had emphasized US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who said that “there was no state in support of Iran’s regime.” This was the first headline statement of many media outlets.

Reflection of the Financial Times with a great photo of Ms. Maryam Rajavi on the front page and the New York Times, The Washington Times, Newsweek, and especially the media in Poland, Albania, and the Arab world were also widespread.

This indicates the importance of the issue and the importance of the role of the Iranian Resistance.

In a very brief summary, the conference’s implications can be as follows:

– A coalition against the regime was formed, nobody objected to the coalition and no one defended the regime.

– Pompeo’s words showed that solid and ongoing American policy will continue to meet the goals of the conference.

– The goal of the summit was announced by Giuliani outside the conference and said: “Ending the ruling system in Iran.

 

Reza Hoseani is a writer, analyst, expert on Iranian affairs, a human rights activist and a defender of the rights of women, children and political prisoners

https://twitter.com/RezaHoseaninia

https://freedomforiran.com/arabic/

https://freeiran2017.blogspot.com/

https://iranuprising.home.blog/

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