What if the U. S. is destroyed? Iran will accelerate the nuclear project

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 What if the U. S. is destroyed? Iran will accelerate the nuclear project


Zarif also said that Iran is willing to negotiate with the US for changing prisoners. [ready to restart Before attending a United Nations Conference in the US, Zarif interviewed the US Cbs Broadcasting Inc for the whole country. The program is scheduled to be broadcast on the 22 day of the United States, and the interview segment will be released on the 21 th. We have prepared a number of options, including restarting and advancing nuclear projects at a rapid pace. In July 2015, Iran and the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany reached a comprehensive agreement on resolving the dispute over Irans nuclear program. According to the agreement, Iran must stop high enriched uranium activities, deliver 20% enriched enriched uranium produced and accept other conditions such as international verification, and restrict the nuclear project to the field of peaceful use of nuclear energy. The IAEA is responsible for inspecting Irans implementation of the agreement, and has issued reports many times to confirm Irans performance of the agreement. US President Donald Trump announced in January this year that the last extension of the United States sanctions exemption for Irans nuclear program was extended, and May 12th was set as the deadline for revising the Iran agreement, and that the United States would quit the agreement if there was no satisfactory amendment. Irans president Hassan Rouhani said 21 days that the Iran Atomic Energy Organization has been prepared. Once the United States has announced its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement, the Iran side will surely return its color. Irans counterattack will be unexpected in addition to the unexpected measures. Rouhani did not specify the plan to be implemented by Iraq. [to be able to talk Zarif said in an interview that Iran is open to negotiations with the US for the exchange of detainees on the premise that the Trump administration is changing its attitude. Zarif said, from a humanitarian point of view, of course, we can talk about exchanging detainees, but the Trump administration needs to change. When you do not respect another country and its people, the government, or even incite regime change, you cant say that you can talk about changing people. Agence France-Presse reported that 5 American citizens are now in custody in Tehran, Iran, where a 81 year old man is getting weaker. [difficult negotiations Zarif said that if European leaders want to save the Iran nuclear agreement, they must put pressure on Trump to maintain the agreement. Once the United States withdraws, Iran can not continue to implement the agreement with other parties in the Iran nuclear issue. Agence France-Presse reported 22, French President Emmanuel Mucklow is scheduled to visit the U. S. capital, Washington, 23, the Iranian nuclear agreement will be the focus of the summit of the two leaders. The British, French and German government representatives are talking with the US State Department official Brian Huckson about alternatives to the Iran nuclear agreement, the report said. But the representatives of the three European countries complained privately that, despite progress in negotiations with the US representatives, no one could guarantee that the outcome of the negotiations would be satisfied with the change of Trump. In March this year, the United Kingdom, France and Germany jointly submitted documents to the European Union, proposing that the EU impose new sanctions on the Iraqi side on the basis of the Iran test ballistic missile and the support of the government of the Syria. The Reuters got the confidential document. The news agency reported that Britain and France wanted to persuade Trump to maintain a comprehensive agreement on Irans nuclear issue with the new EU sanctions. (Du Juan) (Xinhua Special Edition) source: Xinhua editor in charge: Li Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Agence France-Presse reported 22, French President Emmanuel Mucklow is scheduled to visit the U. S. capital, Washington, 23, the Iranian nuclear agreement will be the focus of the summit of the two leaders. The British, French and German government representatives are talking with the US State Department official Brian Huckson about alternatives to the Iran nuclear agreement, the report said. But the representatives of the three European countries complained privately that, despite progress in negotiations with the US representatives, no one could guarantee that the outcome of the negotiations would be satisfied with the change of Trump. In March this year, the United Kingdom, France and Germany jointly submitted documents to the European Union, proposing that the EU impose new sanctions on the Iraqi side on the basis of the Iran test ballistic missile and the support of the government of the Syria. The Reuters got the confidential document. The news agency reported that Britain and France wanted to persuade Trump to maintain a comprehensive agreement on Irans nuclear issue with the new EU sanctions. (Du Juan) (special draft of Xinhua News Agency)