Iran remains alive on the nuclear agreement: even if the US withdraws, it will remain in agreement.

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 Iran remains alive on the nuclear agreement: even if the US withdraws, it will remain in agreement.


In May 6, 2018, Iran Sa Bo Ze Val and President Hassan Rouhani, Iran, spoke locally, saying that Washington would regret unprecedented if the United States withdrew from the nuclear agreement between Tehran and the world powers. Visual Chinese map Iran President Hassan Rouhani 7 hinted that even if the United States withdrew from Irans nuclear program agreement, the Iraqi side could remain in agreement with other parties to the nuclear agreement. However, he stressed that the Iraqi side would strongly resist the US sides attempt to limit Irans influence in the Middle East. The European allies of the United Kingdom, France and Germany reaffirmed their support for the Iranian nuclear agreement on the same day, which is the best way to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons. Leeway In a speech broadcast on the Iran national television station on the same day, Rouhani said that Iran had prepared for all possible situations, including the withdrawal of the US side and the rest of the other parties in the Iraq nuclear agreement and the existing agreements torn up. In 2015, Iran reached an Iran nuclear agreement with the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany. According to the agreement, Irans restrictions on uranium enrichment and other activities were confirmed by the IAEA, and the international community lifted the sanctions against Iraq. US President Donald Trump affirms that the agreement has many loopholes and requires that it be amended before May 12th. Otherwise, the US side will resume sanctions against Iraq and withdraw from the agreement. Rouhani said: we are not worried about the cruel decisions of the United States... We are ready to deal with all the situations. There will be no change in our life next week. If we can get what we want from the US agreement, Iran will remain in the agreement. What Iran wants is to ensure that the interests of the Iraqi side are guaranteed by the signing parties other than the US side. In that case, it is good for Iran to get rid of the harmful existence of the United States. Rouhani reiterated that Iran is not seeking to develop nuclear weapons and will not do so in the future. He stressed that if anyone tries to weaken and restrict Irans regional or global influence, Iran will strongly resist. Iran has previously spoken many times. If the US side withdraws, Iran will not remain in the Iran nuclear agreement. But a number of Iran officials told Reuters last week that if Iran is not excluded from the global financial and trade system, the Iraqi side will consider maintaining the agreement. Some diplomats speculate that Iran is more inclined to maintain agreements because of fears of worsening domestic economic conditions. Full insurance In order to persuade the United States to not retreat, Britain, France and Germany put forward amendments to the agreement. The main contents include restricting the Iran ballistic missile project, restricting the influence of Iran in Yemen and Syria, strengthening international verification, and modifying the sunset clause. According to the sunset clause, the Iran can resume uranium enrichment after a certain period of time. The French Foreign Minister Jean Eve Roderio met with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on the same day that no matter how Trump decided, France, Britain and Germany would remain in the agreement, because it was the best way to prevent Iran from seeking nuclear weapons. Maas said that the Iranian nuclear agreement to make the world safer, the German side will do its best to maintain this agreement. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson flew to the United States on the 6 day to try to dissuade Trump from withdrawing from the agreement. In his view, there are loopholes in the agreement, but it can be remedied. The wisest way is to improve the handcuffs instead of breaking them. Johnson told Fawkes news agency 7 days ago that the international community does not have a better alternative to the Iraq nuclear agreement. For me, there is no very mature B plan now. Source: surging news editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 The French Foreign Minister Jean Eve Roderio met with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on the same day that no matter how Trump decided, France, Britain and Germany would remain in the agreement, because it was the best way to prevent Iran from seeking nuclear weapons. Maas said that the Iranian nuclear agreement to make the world safer, the German side will do its best to maintain this agreement. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson flew to the United States on the 6 day to try to dissuade Trump from withdrawing from the agreement. In his view, there are loopholes in the agreement, but it can be remedied. The wisest way is to improve the handcuffs instead of breaking them. Johnson told Fawkes news agency 7 days ago that the international community does not have a better alternative to the Iraq nuclear agreement. For me, there is no very mature B plan now.