The United States wants Iran to continue its nuclear agreement and hopes to conduct an invasive inspection of Iraq.

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 The United States wants Iran to continue its nuclear agreement and hopes to conduct an invasive inspection of Iraq.


Overseas network May 11, U. S. officials told the Agence France-Presse (AFP) that although the United States withdrew from the milestone Iraq nuclear agreement, the white house wanted to invade the intrusiveinspections Iran nuclear site to confirm whether it would continue to perform the agreement. Just a few days after the announcement of the withdrawal of the United States demanding a strict examination of the Iranian nuclear agreement, senior US officials said the inspection of Iran should continue. It is understood that the signing of the Iranian nuclear agreement forced Iran to open any site to the inspectors within 24 days and to conduct 24 hours of remote surveillance in some locations. Supporters of the Obama era agreement believe that the agreement provides the strongest monitoring system in the world because of allowing access to the most sensitive nuclear sites in Iran. On Tuesday (8), Trump announced the withdrawal of the agreement on the basis of the lack of prevention, detection and punishment of cheating mechanism or a mechanism for immediate access to suspected military sites. Nevertheless, the white house still requests the IAEA to continue these inspections, although these inspections are not perfect. We expect Iran to continue to implement the additional protocol and cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency, regardless of whether the IAEA still exists, a senior official at the White House said. Another official on Thursday (10) told Agence France-Presse that Washington still wants to monitor Irans nuclear activities. Although the other parties to the agreement, including the US European allies and Iran, to continue to advance the agreement, the United States is privately doubtful about how long it can exist, especially if the United States implements a system for European companies operating in Iran. Nonproliferation experts warned that the important window period for Irans nuclear activities will soon be lost. If the agreement collapses, Iran is not obliged to implement any of these regulations, whether it is an additional protocol or a specific agreement, said Kelsey Davenport, director of the non proliferation policy of the arms control association. The nuclear agreement with Iran put the countrys plans under the microscope, she said to the Agence France-Presse. She called the measures an early warning system that would trigger an early warning mechanism if Iran tried to deceive its commitment or illegal activities. It is reported that since the signing of the nuclear agreement in 2015, the International Atomic Energy Agency has conducted hundreds of inspections in Iran. The IAEA has so far confirmed that Iran is complying with its nuclear related commitments, even though the US government has questioned this. Unless you are 100% sure that the IAEA and our intelligence are absolutely unmistakable, you cant decide that Iran is complying with the agreement, said John Bolton, a national security adviser. Earlier, President Trump described the agreement as the worst deal in history and vowed to push down the renegotiation. He also warned, I strongly advise Iran not to restart its nuclear program. If you insist on starting it, wait for serious consequences. Source: overseas web editor: He Yufang _NN5632 It is reported that since the signing of the nuclear agreement in 2015, the International Atomic Energy Agency has conducted hundreds of inspections in Iran. The IAEA has so far confirmed that Iran is complying with its nuclear related commitments, even though the US government has questioned this. Unless you are 100% sure that the IAEA and our intelligence are absolutely unmistakable, you cant decide that Iran is complying with the agreement, said John Bolton, a national security adviser. Earlier, President Trump described the agreement as the worst deal in history and vowed to push down the renegotiation. He also warned, I strongly advise Iran not to restart its nuclear program. If you insist on starting it, wait for serious consequences.