The UK PM has called out for his important ministers to talk on Iran threatens as they have warned that they will kill the British forces.
After his holiday from the Caribbean, he is into a lot of pressure as he had shown his support for Trump.
When he had earlier had talks with the US President he had urged both US and Iran to calm down on the issue. The news sent shock waves when Qassem Soleimini the Iran General was killed.
To add more fuel to it Mr. Johnson had commented that British government will not feel for the demise of Qassem Soleimani and also added saying: “the general, killed in a US drone strike in Baghdad on Friday, had played a role in the deaths of thousands of innocent people and was a ‘threat to all our interests.”
But Iran instead has been raging to avenge the US for Quassem’s death. As per reports one of the commanders stated that: “Our forces will retaliate and target US troops in the Middle East without any concern about killing its allies, including UK troops, as this has turned into a fully-fledged war with much collateral damage expected.”
However, Trump had been coming up with his furious tweets after Iran spoke that U.S and UK will be kicked out of the nation.
Trump’s also stated that war will be against Iran and its territory. Meanwhile, Boris was silent to his calls while he was returning from his vacation to handle the issue.
Once reaching the UK he had talks with Mr. Trump, France President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Boris stated that: “General Qassem Soleimani posed a threat to all our interests and was responsible for a pattern of disruptive, destabilizing behavior.
“Given the leading role he has played in actions that have led to the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians and western personnel, we will not lament his death. It is clear however that all calls for retaliation or reprisals will simply lead to more violence in the region and they are in no one’s interest.”
“He urged all sides to encourage de-escalation and said the UK had taken steps to boost the security of UK personnel and interests in the region.”
“We have condemned the recent attacks on coalition forces in Iraq and are gravely concerned by the negative role Iran has played in the region, including through the IRGC and the Al-Quds force under the command of General Soleimani.”