Trump would make 'big mistake' by leaving Iran deal — Moscow

Trump would make 'big mistake' by leaving Iran deal — Moscow”

But no, the U.S. president probably won't go through with it.

It has the backing of all the partners to the agreement apart from the United States, with Russia warning Washington on Saturday that withdrawing would be "a big miscalculation". He said he would only sign it if an Iranian refusal to allow U.N. inspectors to visit sites triggered an automatic re-imposition of U.S. sanctions.

America's allies see the accord as the best way to thwart Iran's nuclear ambitions and a victory for multilateral diplomacy.

The agreement isn't perfect. Widespread protests in Iran over the last few weeks have focused on the country's faltering economy, however, as well as high unemployment and government corruption.

"Trump is in a bind".

"This is a last chance".

The sanctions Trump waived Friday dealt with Iran's central bank.

The new round of sanctions could include a ban on purchasing Russian treasury bonds, Reuters also reported.

That was three months ago.

"The smooth implementation of the agreement should be accompanied by a stepped-up dialogue with Iran on its ballistic missile program and its regional policy in order to guarantee greater stability in the Middle East", the French statement added.

"The American administration has failed to undermine the nuclear deal".

A display featuring missiles and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei stands in Baharestan Square in Tehran in September 2017.

"As an old continent, Asia can turn the variety of cultures into an opportunity for convergence and cooperation among the nations", said Torkaman. "From the political point of view, maybe that's all he really needs".

"Revoking the deal is within the president's power".

Nonetheless, the initial excitement that accompanied the nuclear deal has evaporated.

What's stopping him is politics, Babbin said.

"Trump's policy and today's announcement amount to desperate attempts to undermine a solid multilateral agreement", said Zarif on Twitter.

The nuclear deal was negotiated with Iran by the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany. "There is no particular reason for any rupture". "Trump has introduced so many layers of uncertainty", a Western trade official in Tehran said on condition of anonymity. "They don't want to make themselves a target", said the Western trade official. "He just perceives that he is". According to the European Union, which placed its own sanctions on the judiciary chief in 2012, Sadegh Larijani has "personally signed off on numerous death penalty sentences".

"It doesn't make any difference".

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamed Javad Zarif accused Trump of "maliciously violating" the nuclear deal.

But European diplomats say a lot is happening behind the scenes.

Rep. Eliot Engel of New York, the top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said the demands are unattainable. Demonstrators fed up with economic malaise had hoped the promise of the nuclear deal would benefit them.

Trump has long been a critic of the Iran Deal, which was struck by then-President Barack Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in 2015.

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