United States seeks to provide the neighboring countries of Iran with missiles armed bunker buster (Getty)
The Wall Street Journal that the U.S. administration of President Barack Obama is a while ago and far away from the limelight of arming a key U.S. allies in the Persian Gulf smart bombs capable of penetrating concrete and access to facilities built under the ground.
The U.S. administration is seeking to form a regional coalition includes the six Persian Gulf countries, be equipped with an arsenal of sophisticated weapons, able to face the potential threat from Iran.
The Administration is considering the U.S. proposal for the sale of weapons that would enter a kind of development on the air forces of the United Arab Emirates, where the deal includes the potential missile smart able to penetrate the bunker under the ground similar to those suspected that Iran has set up for a nuclear bomb away from the eyes of the world.
The aim of the U.S. administration of arming its allies in the region, Iran's Arab neighbors to keep Tehran in check and not give them a sense of absolute superiority, especially since the United States facing difficulties in obtaining the support of UN against Iran, even after a report the International Energy Agency (IAEA), who said there was "evidence "on Tehran seeks a nuclear bomb.
It is expected that the deal to Congress for approval in the coming days, and 4900 include the development of a missile system capable of converting ordinary bombs into smart bombs as well as other armament systems.
The paper says the Obama administration's effort to contain Iran's influence in the region coincides with the imminent withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq at the end of this year.
Attributed to U.S. military officials as saying that the United States will keep about forty thousand troops in the region after the withdrawal from Iraq.
The Iranian officials have acknowledged in certain occasions, that the blockade imposed on their country had a negative impact on the local economy, but American officials say that their part of the financial and economic suffering experienced by Iran were not enough to make the Iranian regime reconsider its nuclear policies.
The last six months saw frequent meetings devoted to the strategic dialogue and understanding between the United States and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
And trying to U.S. Department of Defense (Pentagon) to develop the exchange of intelligence information and intelligence and military coordination among the GCC countries.
The deals included the recently submitted to Congress a deal worth $ 60 billion for the sale of advanced fighter aircraft F-15 is equipped with missiles, smart and sophisticated armament systems.
The Pentagon told Congress his intention to sell Stinger missiles and air-air medium-range to the Sultanate of Oman.
The paper says that this is not the first time that the United States is helping to build an arsenal of regional confrontation with Iran, have already done the same thing to counter the threat of Iranian missiles of medium and long term.
Source: Wall Street Journal