Trump: if Iran continues its nuclear research, it will face bigger problems.

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 Trump: if Iran continues its nuclear research, it will face bigger problems.


Photo source: Reuters Overseas network May 9 Xinhua 9 local time 8 afternoon at 2, the United States President of the United States officially announced that the United States withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement, and will carry out the highest level of sanctions on Iran. Trump also said that if Iran continues to carry out nuclear weapons research, it will face bigger problems. According to todays Russian report, the president of the United States, Trump, said that if Iran developed a nuclear weapon, Tehran would face a bigger problem than ever. Trumps nuclear agreement, structural decay, core defects, has no restrictions on Irans enriched uranium and has provided the Tehran government with cash to support its malice throughout the Middle East. He said that a strong US sanctions against Iran will be fully implemented, and any state that will assist Tehrans nuclear weapons or missile program will also be subject to sanctions. But Trump ended his remarks in a strange tone of tone, saying that if the Iran leadership decided to make a new and lasting agreement, he would be ready and willing to negotiate with it. After the announcement of the withdrawal of the Iraq nuclear agreement by the US Treasury, Trump said the US sanctions will be reimplemented in the next 3 to 6 months. Iran will be banned from buying or acquiring US dollars after 90 days. The sanctions will also refocus on the sale of steel and coal, aluminum, automotive and aircraft components and services. Financial and oil related sanctions will resume in 180 days. At present, leaders of Britain, France and Germany have jointly issued a statement expressing regret and concern about Trumps decision. In their reports, the Reuters and other Western media described Trumps decision as will lead to a new turmoil in the Middle East, which will lead to discontent in European allies, which will lead to the uncertainty of international crude oil supply. Irans latest stance is that they will continue to negotiate with the three European countries and China and Russia to try to salvage the agreement. But if this agreement can not be maintained and can not benefit Iran, then Iran will restart the study of nuclear weapons. Source: overseas network Author: Sun Mengs editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 After the announcement of the withdrawal of the Iraq nuclear agreement by the US Treasury, Trump said the US sanctions will be reimplemented in the next 3 to 6 months. Iran will be banned from buying or acquiring US dollars after 90 days. The sanctions will also refocus on the sale of steel and coal, aluminum, automotive and aircraft components and services. Financial and oil related sanctions will resume in 180 days. At present, leaders of Britain, France and Germany have jointly issued a statement expressing regret and concern about Trumps decision. In their reports, the Reuters and other Western media described Trumps decision as will lead to a new turmoil in the Middle East, which will lead to discontent in European allies, which will lead to the uncertainty of international crude oil supply. Irans latest stance is that they will continue to negotiate with the three European countries and China and Russia to try to salvage the agreement. But if this agreement can not be maintained and can not benefit Iran, then Iran will restart the study of nuclear weapons.