Trump Extends Iran Nuke Deal, Waiving Some Sanctions


Trump Extends Iran Nuke Deal, Waiving Some Sanctions

Other Iranian officials repeated warnings that the country could return to uranium enrichment at a far greater level than before the deal was concluded. But his senior aides again persuaded him not to dissolve it, as did European allies, who said Iran was still abiding by the terms of the deal and that breaching it would play into the hands of hardliners in the country.

Trump opted not to certify Iran's compliance with the deal in October 2017, citing the regime's ongoing terrorist activity in the Middle East and its relentless pursuit of a ballistic missile program. It prevents Iran from developing nuclear weapons while offering sanctions relief to allow the Islamic Republic to participate in global commerce and banking.

President will, for the final time, waive sanctions against, extending the life of an global nuclear accord that the commander in chief disavowed three months ago, according to senior administration officials. Its framework includes stipulations that Iran would redesign, convert and reduce its number of nuclear facilities in order to lift nuclear-related economical sanctions, which would reportedly free up billions of dollars in oil revenue and frozen assets for Iran.

Instead of backing out of the nuclear deal, Trump has previously said he was giving lawmakers a chance to amend the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, the 2015 bill that was passed as a way to impose a degree of congressional oversight over the agreement, it added. The plea by the European ministers came a day before President Trump has to decide whether to sign a series of waivers to keep the suspension of sanctions intact.

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The Trump administration is reportedly waiving sanctions on Iran's nuclear sanctions as part of the Iran deal but is announcing new sanctions on specific individuals and entities in Iran.

Those countries have vowed not to bolt the agreement even if the US pulls out, but Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Thursday that "Iran's continued compliance [is] conditioned on full compliance by the U.S".

Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Thursday that Trump "still strongly believes this was one of the worst deals of all time".

Also on Friday, the USA imposed separate sanctions against 14 Iranian individuals and entities it accuses of rights abuses, censorship and support for weapons proliferators.

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The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to publicly preview the decision. "JCPOA is not renegotiable: rather than repeating exhausted rhetoric, USA must bring itself into full compliance-just like Iran", Zarif added, using the technical name for the 2015 nuclear deal.

"And crucially, we are calling on all nations to lend similar support to the Iranian people, who are suffering under a regime that is stifling basic freedoms and denying its citizens the opportunity to build better lives for their families - an opportunity that is every human being's God-given right".

Iran says the USA has "crossed a red line" by imposing sanctions on the head of its judiciary, Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli-Larijani.

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