Pompeo said the US offered help to Iran

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Washington offered Tehran its assistance to Iran in the fight against coronavirus.

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo informed the world public about this at a hearing at the House of Representatives of the Congress.

He recalled that the US-Swiss humanitarian channel is currently operating for the supply of necessary goods and medicines to Iran.

At the same time, Pompeo expressed concern that the Iranian authorities, where, according to him, there is no developed health infrastructure, are not sharing information on the spread of the disease.

Earlier it was reported that the former Iranian ambassador to the Vatican and Egypt, Hadi Khosroshahi, died of coronavirus, it also became known that the country’s vice president for family and women, Masoumeh Ebtekar, and deputy health minister Iraj Harirchi were infected.

In general, Iran became the second country in the world after China in the number of cases of coronavirus – more than 245 people were infected, 26 died.


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