Brian Hawke, who is considered to be leading the fight against the Iranian nuclear project following the dismissal of National Security Adviser John Bolton, is expected to announce his retirement
The Special Envoy for Iran's Affairs, Brian Hawk
Another storm in the Trump administration: Brian Hawke, the State Department's special envoy for Iran's affairs, announced he would resign a few days before a fateful UN vote on the arms embargo on Iran.
Whoever replaces Hawk, who has served in office for more than two years and is considered one of the longtime members of President Trump's foreign ministry, is Venezuela's special envoy, Elliott Abrams.
Hawk Hobby for an aggressive and uncompromising policy towards Iran and traveled around the world with the aim of convincing friendly countries to support the US administration's moves against Iran. The vigorous Hawk used to hold "exhibitions" of Iranian weapons fired at various places in the Middle East in order to emphasize the extent of Tehran's armament and the danger it poses to the countries of the region.
The New York Times reported that the move shuts down any possibility of US-Iranian nuclear talks by November, but noted that Hawk was perceived by the Iranians as wanting to "break" Iran and not as a logical negotiating partner. And providing.
Hawk visited Israel several times during his tenure and met with senior members of the defense establishment and the prime minister. Hawk was appointed by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo when he set up the special anti-Iranian armament.