The Supreme Council of World Peace communicates with the governments of the United States and Iran with the aim of requiring the total detention of all types of economic, cultural or arms warfare between both sides of the conflict, confirming that both countries have recently committed acts of State Terrorism. For its part, Iran has supported terrorist groups in the Middle East while committing crimes against humanity against its own population; while the United States has resorted to extrajudicial killing of civilians whom it considered its enemies, executing them without the existence of any kind of trial, such as the cases of Osama Bin Laden and Qasem Soleimani.
The behavior of both countries is an affront against World Peace, so it is formally required that they abandon all kinds of violent resources and that they resolve their differences before the International Court of Justice, thus complying with the Charter of the United Nations.
The Supreme Council of World Peace offers itself to act as a mediator in the conflict between the United States and Iran in case both countries require it in order to establish a process of peaceful and juridical resolution of conflicts.
Always with reconciling spirit,
President H.E. Maitreya Samyaksambuddha