Trump: if there is no agreement, the new US sanctions against Iraq will always be effective.

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 Trump: if there is no agreement, the new US sanctions against Iraq will always be effective.


U.S. President Trump said the new U.S. sanctions against Iran will remain in effect until a new agreement satisfactory to Washington is reached.

Russian Satellite News Agency reported on November 3 that in a written statement issued by Trump, the White House of the United States said, We call on [Iran] to abandon its nuclear ambitions, change its destructive behavior, respect the rights of its people and seriously return to the negotiating table. We seek cooperation between our allies and partners for these efforts.

Trump said, The United States is still willing to reach a new, more comprehensive agreement with Iran, which will forever prevent it from going nuclear, and will cover all aspects of its malicious acts. Until then, our historic sanctions will be fully effective.

In July 2015, Iran and the six countries on the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) reached the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (the Iranian Nuclear Agreement). According to the agreement, Iran is committed to restricting its nuclear program while enjoying the right to peaceful use of nuclear energy, and the international community lifts sanctions against Iran. However, after the withdrawal of the Iranian nuclear agreement in May, the United States announced that it would resume sanctions against Iran in two stages. The first part of the sanctions came into effect on 7 August, targeting Irans automotive industry and trade in important metals such as gold. The second wave of sanctions will come into effect on November 5, targeting Irans energy industry, Oil Trade and the foreign settlement business of the Central Bank of Iran. Countries that continue to buy Iran oil will be subject to secondary sanctions by the United States. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to the world wide web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

In July 2015, Iran and the six countries on the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) reached the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (the Iranian Nuclear Agreement). According to the agreement, Iran is committed to restricting its nuclear program while enjoying the right to peaceful use of nuclear energy, and the international community lifts sanctions against Iran.

However, after the withdrawal of the Iranian nuclear agreement in May, the United States announced that it would resume sanctions against Iran in two stages. The first part of the sanctions came into effect on 7 August, targeting Irans automotive industry and trade in important metals such as gold. The second wave of sanctions will come into effect on November 5, targeting Irans energy industry, Oil Trade and the foreign settlement business of the Central Bank of Iran. Countries that continue to buy Iran oil will be subject to secondary sanctions by the United States.