By: Mir M.Hosseini
Dr. Mosaddegh, the Tehran representative at the parliament protested Soviet Union's hesitation in withdrawing troops from Iran. He called USSR's leaders people who do not keep their words and do not respect international regulations and charged them of indifference against nations' rights. In his speech he asserted that such actions will make the world a jungle where the strong mauls the weak and asserted that Iran, unlike those East European states has a brilliant history and patriotic people. His words became headlines in the international media. 3 weeks later Truman, the U.S. president warned Russians that if they do not withdraw their troops, the United States will also send forces to Iran.