Obama denounced the US withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement: abandoning allies and damaging U.S. - DPRK talks

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 Obama denounced the US withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement: abandoning allies and damaging U.S. - DPRK talks


According to the 8 day of the Cbs Broadcasting Inc (CBS), Obama said the U. S. withdrawal from the Iraq nuclear agreement was a serious mistake and a betrayal of close allies in the United States. The reality is clear. The joint comprehensive action plan (the official name of the Iran nuclear agreement) is indeed valid, which has also been recognized by European allies, independent scholars, and the United States Secretary of Defense (Matisse). The joint comprehensive action plan is in the interests of the United States: the delay in Irans nuclear program by agreement is a model for diplomacy to solve the problem. Its inspection and verification of Iran (nuclear facilities) is also what the United States should do for North Korea. In the statement, Obama said in the statement that the United States was looking forward to a successful withdrawal from the United States and a fruitful agreement with Iran, which the United States was pursuing with North Korea. Other American media reported that White House journalists also noticed the similarity between the nuclear issue of Iran and the North Korean nuclear issue, and asked when President Trump was out of the Iranian nuclear agreement to send the message to the DPRK, the U. S. National Security Adviser Bolton said that the message to the DPRK was that President Trump wanted the true agreement (realdeal ). Iran and the six countries of the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany) after years of hard negotiations, reached a comprehensive agreement on the Iraq nuclear issue in July 2015. According to the agreement, Iran will restrict the nuclear program; in exchange, the international community will lift the long term sanctions against Iran. This is also considered to be a diplomatic legacy of US President Obama. But after Trump became president of the United States, he thought the agreement was unfair to the United States and threatened to withdraw. On the afternoon of 8 local time, Trump formally announced that he would withdraw from the Iranian nuclear agreement and will impose the highest degree economic sanctions against Iran. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 Other American media reported that White House journalists also noticed the similarity between the nuclear issue of Iran and the North Korean nuclear issue, and asked when President Trump was out of the Iranian nuclear agreement to send the message to the DPRK, the U. S. National Security Adviser Bolton said that the message to the DPRK was that President Trump wanted the true agreement (realdeal ). Iran and the six countries of the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany) after years of hard negotiations, reached a comprehensive agreement on the Iraq nuclear issue in July 2015. According to the agreement, Iran will restrict the nuclear program; in exchange, the international community will lift the long term sanctions against Iran. This is also considered to be a diplomatic legacy of US President Obama. But after Trump became president of the United States, he thought the agreement was unfair to the United States and threatened to withdraw. On the afternoon of 8 local time, Trump formally announced that he would withdraw from the Iranian nuclear agreement and will impose the highest degree economic sanctions against Iran.