The representative of the office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in the United States held a conference on December 15 to discuss political options to confront what they described as the ‘growing Iranian threat’.
During the conference, the council unveiled its new book ‘Iran: The Drone Threat to the Guards – The regime’s desperate ploy to project its power and incite war’.
A host of American experts and politicians attended the conference.
The event revealed the names of a large number of companies that act as fronts for the Revolutionary Guards Corpse of Iran.
The companies, conference speakers said, manage the Iranian regime’s drone program.
They explained that these companies have civilian names, but work in the service of the Revolutionary Guard Corpse.
The companies provide parts and accessories for the Iranian drone program.
Recommendations for action
The conference participants called for firmly dealing with the Iranian regime.
The regime, they said, should not be granted any relief from sanctions.
They also called for applying United Nations resolutions on Iran decisively and firmly.
The conference speakers referred to Iran’s alleged sponsorship of terrorist organizations, noting that this sponsorship poses threats to US security.
Joseph Lieberman, a former Connecticut senator, said the same sponsorship causes concern for US allies in the Middle East region.
He warned that US allies could no longer count on it because of its failure to confront the actions of the Iranian regime.
Lieberman said the US was on the wrong path, resuming nuclear talks with Iran in Vienna.
He added that in resuming the talks, US politicians overlook the realities of Iran’s regional and international policies.
“This is very risky,” Lieberman said.