U.S. may reimpose sanctions on Iran

U.S. may reimpose sanctions on Iran

The White House said on Friday that Trump will waive the sanctions against Iran for the "last time", unless an agreement can be reached between the USA and Europe within the next 120 days that would strengthen the nuclear deal.

European Union powers on Thursday urged U.S. President Donald Trump to endorse a key nuclear agreement with Iran saying the deal is essential for worldwide security.

Tehran on Saturday said they would retaliate against the embargos imposed by the United States on Iran's judiciary head as President Donald Trump stepped up efforts to "fix" a nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran.

The president wants Congress to modify a law that reviews USA participation in the nuclear deal to include "trigger points" that, if violated, would lead to the United States reimposing its sanctions, the official said.

Peter Westmacott, the former British ambassador to the United States who was involved in the negotiations on that deal, writes that if Trump really wants to help the Iranian people and support their protests, he would stay in the deal.

Russian Federation has warned the Trump administration that withdrawing from the multi-lateral Iran nuclear deal would be a grave error. They argue that if the USA pulls out, Iran might kick out global nuclear inspectors.

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Trump had privately chafed at having to once again waive sanctions on a country he sees as a rising threat in the Middle East.

"Then we achieve a permanent bar on Iran from ever getting a nuclear weapon or a long-range ballistic missile".

Critics of the deal in Congress have also proposed amending legislation to ensure that USA sanctions would "snap back" automatically if Iran carried out certain actions.

"There is no indication today that could call into doubt Iranian respect of the agreement", French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told reporters in Brussels, after a meeting between the Europeans and their Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif. Iranian officials have said they are not considering making the missile program negotiable.

A US official said on Wednesday that if Trump waived those sanctions, the administration would impose new, targeted measures against Iranian businesses and people.

It has also said it will stick to the accord as long as the other signatories respect it, but will "shred" the deal if Washington pulls out.

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Under the deal, the US President must sign a waiver suspending the US sanctions on Iran every 120 days.

Ryabkov said the US withdrawal from the deal would damage other worldwide agreements.

Three months ago, Trump answered a congressional deadline by refusing to "certify" US participation in the deal.

While Trump will continue that suspension, he is preparing to impose penalties on Iranian entities for other behavior the US finds objectionable, such as missile testing and alleged human rights violations.

Trump's expected announcement comes a day after Britain, France and Germany called on Washington to uphold the nuclear deal.

In a statement carried by the state-run IRNA news agency, the Foreign Ministry said Iran "will not accept any change in the deal, neither now nor in future" adding that it will "not take any action beyond its commitments".

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