UN Secretary General Don Trup: do not retreat Iraq nuclear agreement, careful war

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 UN Secretary General Don Trup: do not retreat Iraq nuclear agreement, careful war


Overseas network May 3, according to the British radio and television (BBC) news reported in May 3rd, the United Nations Secretary General Guterres recently said in an interview, if the Iraq nuclear agreement is not sustainable, the world may face a new war. He urged President Trump not to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement. The Iranian nuclear agreement was signed by Iran and the United States, China, Russia, Germany, France and Britain in 2015. Iran has limited its own nuclear activities in exchange for the deregulation of all countries economic sanctions. Guterres said the Iran nuclear agreement is an important diplomatic victory. We need to maintain and maintain this outcome before we have a better choice. But Trump had slammed the agreement and said that unless the European side could solve his concerns, he decided to quit the Iranian nuclear agreement in May 12th at the latest. Trump believes that the agreement only limits Irans nuclear activities to a fixed period, and does not prevent its ballistic missile development. In addition, this agreement has become a bargaining chip for Irans economic development. Iran has made a profit of $100 billion from it. Regarding the issue of the Iranian nuclear agreement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in May 2nd that the comprehensive agreement laid down unprecedented strict supervision and verification measures against the Iran nuclear program. It is imperative for all parties to proceed from the overall and long-term perspective and continue to earnestly implement and maintain a comprehensive agreement. Source: Overseas editor: Gu Ying _NN6577 Guterres said the Iran nuclear agreement is an important diplomatic victory. We need to maintain and maintain this outcome before we have a better choice. But Trump had slammed the agreement and said that unless the European side could solve his concerns, he decided to quit the Iranian nuclear agreement in May 12th at the latest. Regarding the issue of the Iranian nuclear agreement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in May 2nd that the comprehensive agreement laid down unprecedented strict supervision and verification measures against the Iran nuclear program. It is imperative for all parties to proceed from the overall and long-term perspective and continue to earnestly implement and maintain a comprehensive agreement.