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13 January 2018, 11:26 | Christie Tate
11 de enero de 2018, 00:16Tehran, Jan 11 (Prensa Latina) Iran has warned it might retaliate if the U.S.re-imposes sanctions pushing a fruitful nuclear deal down the drain. He said that Berlin wanted to work with its European Union partners to uphold and implement the deal, saying the motivation for Europe to do so was "overwhelming".
But the European diplomats appear to have allies in Trump's own camp. Among the tweaks to the US law - which does not change the actual worldwide nuclear agreement - would be removing the regular requirement for the president to renew sanctions relief every 90 days. The time has come for Trump to realize that the United States can no longer tolerate Iranian expansion, and the moderate, pro-American Arab countries are waiting for signs of United States action.
The White House said Trump had "underscored that Iran must stop its destabilizing activity in the region".
Q&A Why is Trump hostile to Iran? The "snap-back" provisions of the deal, which theoretically allow the UN Security Council to punish Iran for noncompliance, will be impossible to invoke.
The assumption has been that the deal could, technically, stand if the US left. He has repeatedly threatened to renounce it if Iran does not agree to more stringent conditions.
Trump's advisers still managed to score a point though.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has threatened to accelerate the pace of its uranium enrichment program, which could be adapted to produce nuclear warheads, if President Donald Trump reneges on the U.S's. Even if Congress does somehow come up with legislation that both appeases the president and doesn't violate the deal, it certainly won't be ready by the end of this week.
But Trump and other hard-liners believe the deal has significant weaknesses, especially on missile construction. Trump is expected to announce his decision Friday.
More than a month has passed since decertification, and predictably Congress has failed to act.
Trump will have a series of decisions to make on the deal in the days following the first waiver deadline on Friday.
"Special attention was paid to issues related to the implementation of the JCPOA in the wake of the United States' unconstructive steps".
Deputy Iran FM Abbas Araghchi, Former President of UNGA Mogens Lykketoft, Former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema, Former British FM Jack Straw, Oman's FM Yusuf bin Alawi and Former Iranian FM Kamal Kharrazi in a Panel of Tehran Security Confrence, January 8, 2016.
It is true that there are complex decisions pending on certifying or decertifying the nuclear deal and on waiving or not waiving various nuclear sanctions.
"People have to be prepared to...change this regime, otherwise we're always going to have instability, war and everything else in the Middle East, in Central Asia and probably sometimes in the wider world if Iran gets what it wants", he said.
It seems that Iranian administration has concluded that the United States is determined to exit from the nuclear deal.
"The deal is working, it is delivering on its main goal which means keeping the Iranian nuclear program in check and under close surveillance", Mogherini said after the meeting.
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