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Trump Administration Denies Iran Foreign Minister Visa to Attend U.N. Meeting Amid Rising Tensions

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The trump administration has denied Iran's foreign minister a visa to visit the United Nations in New York later this week the minister Javad Zarif had been expected to speak to the security council about the US assassination of one of Iran's most powerful leaders general Qassem Soleimani Steve Jackson has this report foreign policy magazine says around requested of these are a few weeks ago for Mr reeve to travel to the year and this Thursday but is received no response it says Washington is now inform the UN secretary general the mist as a reform not be allowed into the US if confirmed the move would appear to breach an agreement reached in nineteen forty seven to guarantee foreign officials access to the U. N.'s headquarters in New York Washington is often waited until the last minute to ground visas to its adversaries but the recriminations over the killing of general Soleimani make this a highly charged case there's been no official comment yet from the