Irans foreign ministry: if the United States withdraws from the Iranian nuclear agreement, the Iraqi side will attack with a bitter blow.

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 Irans foreign ministry: if the United States withdraws from the Iranian nuclear agreement, the Iraqi side will attack with a bitter blow.


Qassimi pointed out that Tehran has developed a variety of plans to cope with the withdrawal of the United States from the Iraq nuclear agreement, and the exit agreement itself will become a turning point in aggravating the distrust of the US ruling group. Qassimi said Iran would not be the first country to withdraw from the Iraq nuclear agreement, but if the agreement does not benefit the people of Iran, then Tehran will make the necessary decision. According to the previous report, President Trump has repeatedly expressed dissatisfaction with Irans nuclear agreement with the international mediation of six parties (Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom, China, France and Germany), threatening to withdraw from the agreement if the revision is not achieved. Trump still believes that Iran is the main sponsor of terrorism and has expressed its intention to strengthen the sanctions on Irans continued development and testing of ballistic missiles in the form of Iran. Giuliani said: Trump, like all the participants, intends to change the Iran regime. He believes that the replacement of the Iran regime is the only way to peace in the Middle East, which is more important than resolving the Israeli Palestinian conflict. It is understood that in July 14, 2015, Iran and the six countries of the Iranian nuclear issue (Russia, Britain and France) reached a historic joint comprehensive action plan (the Iran) on the unresolved nuclear issue of Iran for many years. Iran has traded the UN Security Council, the United States and the European Union to lift economic and financial sanctions. The agreement entered into force on January 16, 2016. In January 2018, the United States and Britain and France set up a working group responsible for the establishment of an additional agreement on the Iran nuclear agreement. The State Department said earlier to the media that if European partners did not start to make up for the defects of the nuclear agreement, or that US President Trump thought the new agreement could not be reached, the United States would immediately withdraw from the agreement. The US side said it hoped to reach agreement with Britain, France and Germany about the Iran nuclear agreement before May 12th. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Guo Ping _B7442 It is understood that in July 14, 2015, Iran and the six countries of the Iranian nuclear issue (Russia, Britain and France) reached a historic joint comprehensive action plan (the Iran) on the unresolved nuclear issue of Iran for many years. In January 2018, the United States and Britain and France set up a working group responsible for the establishment of an additional agreement on the Iran nuclear agreement. The State Department said earlier to the media that if European partners did not start to make up for the defects of the nuclear agreement, or that US President Trump thought the new agreement could not be reached, the United States would immediately withdraw from the agreement. The US side said it hoped to reach agreement with Britain, France and Germany about the Iran nuclear agreement before May 12th.