The United States National Security Council Adviser John R. Bolton on his visit to Israel made several notable statements that revealed what the American government thinks and knows about the situation in the Middle East.

In particular, John R. Bolton believes that the President of Russia is making empty gestures and promises with regard to Syria, Iran and the State of Israel.

According to John R. Bolton, Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia may want to help change the situation in the region, but is unable, Russia does not have the political strength enough to repress Iran forcing a withdrawal of the Iranian army forces from the region.

This conclusion is dramatic because until now the State of Israel was awaiting a change in the situation. If the situation does not change the attacks by the Israeli Air Force will be forced to attack Iranian terror cells more intensely.

John R. Bolton is visiting the State of Israel as a special emissary of President Donald Trump.

EU High Representative Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif Address Reporters Following Negotiations Between P5+1 Member Nations and Iranian Officials About Future of Iran's Nuclear Program
EU High Representative Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif Address Reporters Following Negotiations Between P5+1 Member Nations and Iranian Officials About Future of Iran's Nuclear Program( Flickr CC)

These projects are the first of a package of assistance of up to 50 million euros (58 million dollars) to help Iran as part of the renewed joint cooperation between the European Union and Iran following the international agreement to prevent the country from producing nuclear weapons.

The European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Policy, Federica Mogherini, said that, as a result of this pact, cooperation between the EU and Iran has developed in many areas.

However, in the face of this move, Hook insisted that the United States and the European Union “should work together to find lasting solutions that truly support the Iranian people and put an end to the regime’s threats to regional and global stability.

The nuclear agreement with Iran signed in 2015 was promoted by the US, Russia, China, the UK, France, and Germany. However, President Donald Trump retracted from the agreement last May, claiming that Tehran had breached its commitments to respect the agreement.