Evo Morales Condemns US Government Threats to Iran

La Paz - Bolivian President Evo Morales has condemned Monday US threats to Iran and assured that the US government is encouraging the war industry with its intention to deploy troops in the Middle East.

'We condemn the U.S. war and destruction threats to Iran and its intention to deploy troops in the Middle East. Imperialism always seeks to make the war industry work,' Morales wrote on Twitter.

President Donald Trump on Sunday raised his rhetorical tone against Iran by warning the Persian nation that a fight with the United States would be its 'official end.

'If Iran wants to fight, that will be Iran's official end', wrote the White House chief, who since his time as presidential candidate criticized the nuclear agreement reached between Tehran and six world powers in 2015, and a year ago announced his country's withdrawal from that pact.

Trump's pronouncement came after his government described, without presenting evidence, intelligence information that Tehran was mobilizing power groups in Iraq and Syria to attack U.S. forces.

That point was made earlier this month when national security adviser John Bolton announced the deployment in the region of the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier combat group and a bomber force to send a 'clear and unequivocal message' to Iran.

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