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The United States is monitoring two Iranian ships en route to Venezuela

The United States is monitoring two Iranian ships en route to Venezuela

U.S. officials announced on Friday (June 11) that they were Monitor Sending two Iranian warships with the ultimate goal of Venezuela. However, there is no speculation about Iran’s possible motives.

We are monitoring the deployment of these two vessels Pentagon spokesman John Kirby confirmed this at a news conference.

According to the American media, the Macron, one of the ships sailing south on the east coast of Africa, is considered to be the largest ship of Iranian production, with a base to carry up to seven helicopters.

Currently, the governments of Iran and Venezuela, which have close ties, are silent on the final destination of the ships. Tehran has limited itself to international sea travel across the Atlantic Ocean.

The presence of warships is undermining US power in the region and sparking a debate in Washington over President Joe Biden’s administration’s decision to resume talks with Tehran.

Source: D.W.

Marcin Janick

Master of International Relations (Lots University). My main interests are politics, history and football. On the website, I publish information mainly about South American countries.

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