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Iran Rejects Trump Demands For Renegotiation Of Nuclear Deal

14 Enero 2018
Iran Rejects Trump Demands For Renegotiation Of Nuclear Deal

"We are gradually coming to the conclusion that an internal decision by the US to leave the (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) has already been made or is close to being made", Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said in an interview with Interfax news agency.

The Treasury Department also announced on Friday that sanctions would be leveled against 14 individuals and entities in Iran that are connected to "serious human rights abuses and censorship in Iran" as well as Iran's missile program.

On Friday, Trump agreed to waive key sanctions the US had lifted as part of the nuclear deal with Iran which he has dismissed many times.

The Iranian Foreign Ministry issued a strongly-worded statement on Saturday insisting that Tehran "will not accept any changes to the JCPOA neither now nor in the future".

"If at any time I judge that such an agreement is not within reach, I will withdraw from the deal immediately", he said.

Bhala has a global reputation in the scholarship of international trade law, have lectured around the world and has published dozens of books and journal articles including the leading textbook Modern GATT Law, "International Trade Law", "Understanding Islamic Law (Shari'a)" and "TPP Objectively: Law, Economics, and National Security of History's Largest, Longest Free Trade Agreement". However, the ministry did not specify when the response would come. The 45th U.S. president on Friday again gave a reprieve to the 44th's pact despite his longheld stance that it is "the worst deal ever".

The White House wants EU signatories to agree permanent restrictions on Iran's uranium enrichment. These are separate to the nuclear deal.

"He intends to work with our European partners on some kind of follow-on agreement that enshrines certain triggers that the Iranian regime cannot exceed related to ballistic missiles, related to nuclear breakout period ... to inspection and that would have no sunset clause", said an administration official. The president also said a new deal must have no expiration date, and that it must impose sanctions if Iran develops or tests long-range missiles.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Macron in a phone call on January 13 that Europe would be "wise" to the strengthen the landmark nuclear deal, saying it would increase the chances of it remaining in effect.

The 2015 Iran nuclear deal was struck between the US, under the administration of former President Barack Obama, Iran and five other countries. "It also will not allow the JCPOA to be linked to any other issue", it said.

The British and German foreign ministries said they had taken note of the decision and would confer with France before deciding on a course of action.