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Iran's Atomic Energy Organization head Ali Akbar Salehi has disclosed that Tehran has retained the ability to restart in just four days the full-scale enrichment of uranium, which is the main component in a nuclear weapon that was supposed to be removed from Iran as part of the nuclear deal.
Iran has said that if Washington pulls out of the deal, it will no longer abide by its terms.
He added Iran will respond within a week if the U.S. withdraws from the deal and that Washington will surely regret it.
The Iranian Regime is threatening to restart its illicit nuclear programme within days as USA and European leaders rush to fix flaws in the controversial 2015 Iranian nuclear deal ahead of Donald Trump's May deadline, when he has threatened to pull out of the deal altogether.
Emphasizing the existing potentials for further cementing of relations, President Rouhani said, "The two countries have ample opportunities for cooperation in various fields such as peaceful energy, oil and gas and also economic and banking fields".
A report from the World Threat Assessment states that USA intelligence believes "Tehran would choose ballistic missiles as its preferred method of delivering nuclear weapons, if it builds them".
President Rouhani referred to his 12 meetings with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in recent years, and added, "Anytime we met, we have moved one step forward in deepening ties and cooperation".
"If senior Islamic Republic officials issue an order to resume the 20% enrichment, we can do it in [the] Fordo [nuclear facility] within 4 days", Salehi was quoted as telling reporters on Sunday in Iran's state-controlled press.
In 2017, Iranian atomic official Behrouz Kamalvandi said that Iran's nuclear programme could "soar" if they wanted it to, which would probably invite the revamp of the Arak heavy water facility. His threats reveal what many deal skeptics have long argued: "unless the JCPOA is fixed, Iran has pathways to dozens of nuclear-tipped missiles capable of striking United States forces, USA allies, and eventually the U.S. homeland". We need soft power.
Rouhani made a speech in Tehran on Monday, amid speculation that President Donald Trump will decide to withdraw from the nuclear agreement as early as May.
In January, Trump announced he is waiving the United States sanctions against Iran for the "last time". "And if at any time I judge that such an agreement is not within reach, I will withdraw from the deal immediately", Trump said.
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