Advisor to the President for national security Affairs John Bolton.
WASHINGTON, 11 Nov — the adviser of the US President for homeland security John Bolton said that the US has no plans for military action against Iran if the country will emerge from the agreement on its nuclear program.
“This is not in our plans. The President does not believe that Iran plans to withdraw from the deal,” he told reporters, answering a question whether the U.S. military option in the event that if Iran will be released from the agreement.
Bolton also added that he believes that Iran presently complies with the provisions of the transaction. “I think we’ve seen impressive evidence that they have gone beyond the limits of the transaction in a certain way. I do not exclude that they violate her in such a way that we just don’t know,” he said.