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Page creatorPatrick Haseldine (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation15:10, 12 July 2019
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The aggressive posturing of USThe aggressive posturing of US and UK and the moves to militarise the Strait of Hormuz, taken together with US calls for regime change and other threats to the sovereignty of Iran, constitute a breach of UNCLOS Articles 19 and 39 and are thus unlawful. Articles 19 and 39 and are thus unlawful. +
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