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Tehran says will retaliate against Washington sanctions on chief judge

14 Enero 2018
Tehran says will retaliate against Washington sanctions on chief judge

He turned a blind eye as Iran built and tested dangerous missiles and exported terror.

Despite the lopsided cohort in favor the deal, the president has continued to recoil at the prospect of extending sanctions to Iran given his personal animus toward the deal and campaign promise to rip up the international accord during his first term in office. "The Iran nuclear deal makes the world safer".

The nuclear deal, formally known as the JCPOA, has eased sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran halting uranium enrichment.

"Trump's policy & today's announcement amount to desperate attempts to undermine a solid multilateral agreement, maliciously violating its paras 26, 28 & 29", Zarif tweeted.

"JCPOA is not renegotiable; rather than repeating tired rhetoric, the United States must bring itself to full compliance, just like Iran", he said.

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has called on the devise an alternative solution for curbing Iran's nuclear progress.

Trump is required to renew the existing deal every 120 days under US law. But while it may not have frozen Iran's nuclear activities, "it did keep it in a box for a decade or so, and nobody can deny that's not a bad thing", says Harry Kazianis, an Asia scholar and director of defence studies at the conservative Center for the National Interest in Washington.

In a statement released by the US Mission to the United Nations on Friday, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley commented on Trump's decision to waive sanctions on Iran.

The consequences would have been far-reaching if Trump had decided not to continue waiving nuclear-related sanctions.

The Trump administration asked Congress then to come up with and pass a companion agreement that addresses those issues.

Trump outlined four "critical components" that must be included in US legislation regarding Iran.

The real problem in Iran right now, everyone in the international business community agrees, is uncertainty. "Iran should be denied all paths to a nuclear weapon. forever".

"Deals are going on in complete silence".

Russia's deputy foreign minister, Sergei Ryabkov, condemned Washington's comments as "extremely negative", the Kremlin-backed Russian Information Agency (RIA) news agency reported on Saturday.

One of the individuals is Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani, the head of Iran's judicial system.

Privately, some White House officials complained about the phone call with Macron, which they said could have provoked Trump.

"The divide between Europe and the US is widening". Malaysia-based Green Wave Telecommunications was named for providing U.S. technology to Iranian companies.

Implementation of the deal hasn't been derailed, but will face some new complicating factors, said the minister.

The new round of US sanctions could possibly include a ban on the purchase of Russian treasury bonds.