Russian foreign minister said the US withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement is not conducive to the nuclear non-proliferation regime.

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 Russian foreign minister said the US withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement is not conducive to the nuclear non-proliferation regime.


According to the Russian Ministry of foreign affairs website news, Lavrov held talks with Jordanian foreign minister Safadi in Sochi, Russia on that day. After meeting a reporter after the talks, Lavrov said that if the United States withdrew from the Iraq nuclear agreement as many times as president Trump claimed, the international community would lose an important document that was conducive to the maintenance of the nuclear non-proliferation regime. The Iran nuclear agreement has been approved by the UN Security Council resolution, and all parties concerned should strictly abide by it. Lavrov also said that Israels recent document on the Iranian nuclear issue may be an outdated document, and Irans current nuclear activity is under the most closely monitored International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). If Israel holds the document proving that Iran still has a nuclear weapons program, Russia calls for it to be handed over to the International Atomic Energy Agency at once. The Israeli Prime Minister, Netanyahu, held a press conference on the evening of April 30th to show the allegations that the Israeli intelligence agency received documents from Irans secret facilities, based on the accusation that Iran did not give up its nuclear weapons plan according to the Iranian nuclear agreement. In January this year, Trump announced the last time to extend the United States sanctions exemption for the Iranian nuclear issue, which was set as the deadline for the amendment of the Iraq nuclear agreement, and threatened to withdraw from the Iraq nuclear agreement if there was no satisfactory amendment. Trump asked the European Union and the US Congress to agree to amend the Iranian nuclear agreement and increase restrictions on Irans development of ballistic missiles. Source: Xinhua editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Lavrov also said that Israels recent document on the Iranian nuclear issue may be an outdated document, and Irans current nuclear activity is under the most closely monitored International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). If Israel holds the document proving that Iran still has a nuclear weapons program, Russia calls for it to be handed over to the International Atomic Energy Agency at once. The Israeli Prime Minister, Netanyahu, held a press conference on the evening of April 30th to show the allegations that the Israeli intelligence agency received documents from Irans secret facilities, based on the accusation that Iran did not give up its nuclear weapons plan according to the Iranian nuclear agreement. In January this year, Trump announced the last time to extend the United States sanctions exemption for the Iranian nuclear issue, which was set as the deadline for the amendment of the Iraq nuclear agreement, and threatened to withdraw from the Iraq nuclear agreement if there was no satisfactory amendment. Trump asked the European Union and the US Congress to agree to amend the Iranian nuclear agreement and increase restrictions on Irans development of ballistic missiles.