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Trump to approve 'significantly flawed' Iran nuclear deal for last time

14 Enero 2018

A White House spokesperson says that deal should address Tehran's ballistic missile program, tighten inspections, eliminate the agreement's sunset clauses and limit Iran to a one year breakout to obtain a nuclear weapon.

Boroujerdi also mocked US President Donald Trump, who yesterday announced that he has decided to extend the nuclear deal one last time.

Describing sanctions against Larijani as "hostile action", the foreign ministry said the move "crossed all the red lines of conduct in the international community". Scuttling the nuclear deal would be a disaster, especially with the mass protests going on in Iran right now.

"As a first step, we will coordinate with the E3 and the other EU Member States to jointly assess the statement and its implications." said Catherine Ray, Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.

But if Trump decides to adhere to the nuclear agreement, keeping the sanctions lifted, and he pairs it with new sanctions that will be a detriment to Iranian businesses and people, it could still heighten tensions with the country and undermine the 2015 agreement. It might well be enough to light the whole region on fire with renewed conflict.

Washington also imposed sanctions on the head of Iran's judiciary and others. Instead, I have outlined two possible paths forward: "either fix the deal's disastrous flaws, or the United States will withdraw".

"The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is not renegotiable".

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has urged all signatories to the multilateral 2015 agreement on Iran's nuclear program to continue its implementation amid US threats to withdraw from the deal, Press TV reported.

That in turn would cause crude prices to rise by $5 a barrel, Citigroup wrote, "as customers losing oil under U.S. pressure scramble for replacements at a time when OPEC and other producers have put a lid on their output".

Hardliners on Iran in the US Congress have called for the reimposition of the suspended sanctions and an end to the nuclear deal, while some liberal Democrats want to pass legislation that would make it harder for Trump to pull Washington out without congressional consent. The U.S. State Department said it expects a decision to be made later Thursday or by the Friday deadline.

Trump to approve 'significantly flawed' Iran nuclear deal for last time