Iran dismisses US pressure to renegotiate nuclear deal

Iran dismisses US pressure to renegotiate nuclear deal”

All this stands in stark contrast to the policy and actions of the previous administration. Also on Friday, the United States imposed separate sanctions on a dozen Iranian individuals and Iranian entities.

"Trump s policy & today s announcement amount to desperate attempts to undermine a solid multilateral agreement, he tweeted".

The Iranian regime is the world's leading state sponsor of terror.

Among those included are Iran and China-based procurement network, Chinese national Shi Yuhua, two Iranian defence industry firm Helicopter Support and Renewal Company and Iran Aircraft Industries, Malaysia-based Green Wave Telecommunication and Iranian Motes Razavi, Iran's Supreme Council for Cyberspace and Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Electronic Warfare and Cyber Defense Organisation.

Third, unlike the nuclear deal, these provisions must have no expiration date. Extrapolating from these figures to the nationwide scale of the protests, it is easy to conclude that the regime's estimates remain understated. They should join us in constraining Iran's missile development and stopping its proliferation of missiles, especially to Yemen.

European allies have urged the President to extend the sanctions relief in order to save the deal.

US President Donald Trump will continue sanctions relief for Iran, keeping the 2015 landmark nuclear deal in place for the time being.

The same article notes that the budget for the forthcoming Iranian year, which was announced shortly before the outbreak of unrest, was a major spark for the demonstrations.

He accused Iran of committing "multiple violations" and promised to work with Congress to "address the deal's many serious flaws". We are countering Iranian proxy wars in Yemen and Syria. But Trump's refusal to certify the deal to Congress did not pull the U.S. out of the deal itself.

Under the deal, Iran allows strict limits on its nuclear program in return for easing of economic sanctions. His older brother, Ali Larijani, is the speaker of Iran's parliament.

"Sure, we want to see what they may come up with", Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) said in an interview.

The move creates a deadline on talks over a nuclear deal the European Union says is working, and that it will not touch. "Rather, the government has become smarter in managing such crises", the article explained.

Trump also wants to terminate the phased expiration dates of various limitations placed on Iran's nuclear program.

The article suggests that the recent unrest was a spontaneous expression of outrage about issues that often differed from one locality to another.

In turn, Iran would be allowed to lift all nuclear- related economical sanctions, freeing up tens of billions of dollars in oil revenue and frozen assets. The Europeans, meanwhile, have said they are willing to discuss the matter with the U.S. but have shown little enthusiasm with Trump's hard line. That is the question of what sort of action the international community should take in the period between mass demonstrations.

"Despite my strong inclination, I have not yet withdrawn the United States from the Iran nuclear deal", Trump said in a statement that outlined several tough new rules on Iran.

Instead, Trump said then that he would give lawmakers a chance to amend the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, the 2015 bill that was passed as a way to impose a degree of congressional oversight over the agreement.

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