Iranian foreign minister doing victory lap around Latin America – starting with Cuba

Iranian foreign minister doing victory lap around Latin America – starting with Cuba

[Ed. – You KNOW they love us. They really love us.]

Iran’s foreign minister, Javad Zarif, is starting off his tour of Latin America with a stop in Havana.  (By the way, Raúl Castro will greet this visitor at the airport.  Unlike President Obama, who was greeted by a low-level Cuban official, the Iranian visitor will get to shake hands with Raúl.)

Is this how we were supposed to be respected around the world?  Or is this the smart foreign policy we were promised?

Let’s take a look:

Iran’s foreign minister kicked off a Latin American tour Sunday in Havana, saying the Iran nuclear deal has “removed obstacles” for closer ties between his country and the region.

Foreign Minister Javad Zarif will visit Cuba, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and Venezuela, reported the Tasnim News Agency. …

“The timing of Zarif’s trip is significant as Iran could use many of these rogue regimes to circumvent remaining sanctions, undermine U.S. interests, and expand the drug trafficking network that helps finance its illicit activities,” said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) in a statement.

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