The US Secretary of states response to the Iranian nuclear agreement is deeply concerned.

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 The US Secretary of states response to the Iranian nuclear agreement is deeply concerned.


China, the United Nations, United Nations, May 8, United Nations Secretary General Guterres, 8, issued a statement by the spokesman, said that the United States announced that the United States will withdraw the day of the joint comprehensive action plan (JCPOA, the Iraq nuclear agreement) and restarted the sanctions on Iran deeply worried. President Trump announced at the White House in the afternoon that the United States will withdraw from the Iranian nuclear agreement and will impose the most severe economic sanctions on Iran. He claimed that the agreement lacked the effective mechanism to curb Irans development of nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles. Recently, leaders of Britain, France and Germany have communicated with Trump respectively to discourage their withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement. In his statement, Guterres said he had repeatedly stated that the Iraq nuclear agreement was a major achievement in nuclear non-proliferation and diplomacy and contributed to regional and international peace and security. He pointed out that all concerns concerning the implementation of the Iranian nuclear agreement should be resolved within the mechanism established by the Iranian nuclear agreement. The issue that has no direct relationship with the Iran nuclear agreement should be resolved without prejudice to the maintenance agreement and its outcome. In the statement, Guterres called on the other parties to the Iraq nuclear agreement to fully comply with their respective commitments under the agreement, and called on all other United Nations Member States to support the Iraq nuclear agreement. A few days ago, Britain, France, Germany and China and Russia jointly issued a joint statement to reiterate their support for the Iranian nuclear agreement. Iran President Rouhani announced on the 8 day that Iran will remain in the Iran nuclear agreement for the time being. After long consultations, the six countries of the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany), the European Union and the Iran jointly signed the joint comprehensive action plan in Vienna, Austria, in July 2015. The agreement stipulates that Iran must abandon the development of nuclear weapons, make strict restrictions on the size and type of its nuclear facilities, and carry out regular field verification by the International Atomic Energy Agency. With credible and credible agreements in Iran, the international community will gradually lift sanctions against Iran. Source: China News Network Editor: Li Hang _BJS4645