Date: 09/25/2018 Description: Outlaw Regime: A Chronicle of Iran's Destructive Activities - State Dept Image

Sept. 25: Secretary Pompeo released the State Department's new report detailing the magnitude of the Iranian regime's destructive behavior at home and abroad. The report covers Iran's support for terrorism, its missile program, illicit financial activities, threats to maritime security and cybersecurity, human rights abuses, as well as environmental exploitation. Download the report»

Secretary Pompeo (Sept. 25): "The Iranian regime’s track record over the past 40 years has revealed it as among the worst violators of the UN Charter and UN Security Council resolutions – perhaps, indeed, the worst violator. It is truly an outlaw regime." Full Text» Download the new report detailing the scope of Iran's destructive activities» Special Briefing»

President Trump (Sept. 25): "I would like to thank Chairman Kim for his courage and for the steps he has taken, though much work remains to be done. The sanctions will stay in place until denuclearization occurs." Full Text» Fact Sheet» More»

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