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Iran Rejects Trump Demand For Renegotiation Of Nuclear Deal

14 Января 2018

US President Donald Trump Friday opted to extend sanctions relief provided to Iran as part of the 2015 nuclear deal, but he warned European allies that he would pull out of the pact unless its "terrible flaws" are corrected.

"This is the last such waiver he will issue", a senior administration official told reporters on Friday.

Trump's use of racist words have sparked criticism and the worldwide condemnation of the question.

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Electronic Warfare and Cyber Defense Organization were each labeled for acting on behalf of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard. "Iran should be denied all paths to a nuclear weapon. forever".

Iran has dismissed U.S. calls for the quit of missile program development, and it has stressed that its nuclear program is peaceful.

One of the individuals is Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani, the head of Iran's judicial system. His older brother, Ali Larijani, is the speaker of Iran's parliament.

And as every cycle of "will he waive, won't he waive" passes, Paton Walsh said, the bedrock of understanding upon which the deal is based erodes yet further.

Human experience has proven that zero-sum games and the practice of forming alliances to eliminate supposed enemies ends in loss for all the parties involved, he noted, according to Press TV.

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has called on the U.S.to devise an alternative solution for curbing Iran's nuclear progress. On October 13, 2017, the U.S. current President Donald Trump refused to confirm Iran was implementing the nuclear deal. During his campaign, Trump promised to dump it, calling the it "the worst deal ever".

But a European diplomat, speaking on condition of anonymity, said: "It's going to be complicated to save the deal after this".

It means the theater of Trump and Iran will continue for another few months.

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (L) addresses anchor Charlie Rose, at an event held in conjunction with the 72nd United Nations General Assembly in Manhattan, New York, U.S., September 27, 2017.

European allies had strongly urged the White House to stick with the nuclear deal, saying a decision to abandon it would strain the transatlantic partnership.

The nuclear deal, formally known as the JCPOA, has eased sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran halting uranium enrichment. But his explicit warning to Europe that the deal must be fixed by the time the next sanctions waivers are due in the spring creates a high-stakes diplomatic deadline that will be difficult to meet. Compliance has been verified repeatedly by the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency. But supporters of the existing deal between Iran and six world powers, including the former officials in Barack Obama's administration who negotiated it, denounced Trump's plan.

Iran Rejects Trump Demand For Renegotiation Of Nuclear Deal