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tiptrot.com May 26, 2018


Macron concerned the USA will u-turn over Iran

04 May 2018, 07:16 | Bernice Figueroa

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on an interview with CNN's"New Day"

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on an interview with CNN's

According to a senior Israeli official, Netanyahu informed Trump about the evidence during a meeting in Washington on March 5 and that the US president agreed Israel would publish the information before the deadline, Reuters reported on May 1.

He said the United States had "consistently violated the nuclear deal, particularly by bullying others to preventing businesses to return to Iran".

Iran's foreign minister said on Thursday that demands by U.S President Donald Trump to change Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers were unacceptable, as a deadline set by USA for Europeans to "fix" the deal loomed.

Meanwhile, a foreign policy advisor to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned Thursday Iran would withdraw from the deal if Trump follows through on his threat to pull out of the accord.

USA secretary of state Mike Pompeo said the files provided proof that the Obama-era nuclear deal was "built on lies".

Iran has always denied it sought a nuclear weapon, insisting its atomic program was for civilian purposes only.

Their ambassador to the UK, Hamid Baeidinejad, told CNN on Wednesday failure for U.S. compliance "means that there is no deal left".

He said this was evidence that Iran had lied about its nuclear ambitions before the deal was signed in 2015.

"If one day there is a better agreement to replace it, it's fine, but we should not scrap it unless we have a good alternative", Guterres said in an interview with the BBC. "So I think we should separate things".


These included what happens when the current deal expires in 2025, Iran's ballistic missile programme and its "destabilising regional activity", they said in a statement.

Technically, Trump must decide by May 12 whether to renew "waivers" suspending some of the US sanctions on Iran.

A decision by Trump to end USA sanctions relief would all but sink the agreement and could trigger a backlash by Iran, which could resume its nuclear arms programme or "punish" U.S. allies in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Lebanon, diplomats said.

Top aides are not seeking aggressively to talk Trump out of withdrawal because he seems intent on it, a second White House official said.

"If the United States continues to violate the agreement, or if it withdraws altogether, we will exercise our right to respond in a manner of our choosing", said Zarif.

Iran maintains that the missiles it has tested are not created to carry nuclear warheads and insists its nuclear programme is a peaceful one for energy purposes.

The Iran nuclear deal signed by Tehran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council - the US, France, Britain, Russia and China - plus Germany on July 14, 2015, imposes strict restrictions on Iran's nuclear program in return for the loosening of economic sanctions.

Velayati warned against any move to try to renegotiate the 2015 deal.



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