On December 01, 2018 Bijan Ahmadi and Younes Zangiabadi, the Co-founders of The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy, were quoted in an article by the Washington Examiner.
This piece is regarding Pompeo’s stand on Iran missile test. “As we have been warning for some time, Iran’s missile testing and missile proliferation is growing,” Pompeo said in a bulletin on the test.
In this article, Younes Zangiabadi and Bijan Ahmadi said:
“For Europe, preserving the nuclear agreement with Iran is about preventing another conflict in an already troubled region — a conflict that could flood Europe with a new wave of refugees,” Bijan Ahmadi and Younes Zangiabadi, a pair of Canadian-Iranian policy experts, wrote last week at the Atlantic Council. “Moreover, the failure to preserve the Iran deal would significantly undermine the sovereignty of the EU and its ability to enter international agreements independent of the United States.”
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