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Lavrov: situation around JCPOA is crisis
17 May 2018, 01:21 | Vickie Mathis
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The statement also emphasized their continued commitment to JCPOA as it remains important for their "shared security".
"My mission from President Trump is to work to strike a deal that achieves the outcomes that protect America", he said. This creates a situation whereby either Europe will attempt to change the mindset of the USA, or they have to withdraw any investments that have been recently made into the Iranian economy.
Zarif said little to reporters Tuesday but suggested he wanted to discuss the deaths of dozens of Palestinians in Gaza as well as the nuclear deal, which U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from last week. These commercial interests are thus prioritized over any other interest, whether it's related to security or to human rights.
He told Fox News that the pullout was not aimed at the Europeans, saying that Washington wanted to work with its allies on a more comprehensive agreement.
She added that measures would seek to allow Iran to keep exporting oil and for European banks to continue to operate without USA penalties.
If the discussions between Iran and the other parties to the deal aren't fruitful, Iran will be back on the path to becoming a nuclear power.
In the CNN interview, Bolton did not respond directly when asked whether Trump might seek "regime change" in Iran, or whether the US military would be ordered to make a preemptive strike against any Iranian nuclear facility.
"Iran had never made a strategic decision to give up nuclear weapons". He noted that without the agreement, things will not be better. "Iran lied on the front end", said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders earlier this week.
That is part of a flurry of diplomatic activity lined up following Tuesday's unilateral withdrawal from what U.S. President Donald Trump called "a terrible, one-sided deal", a move accompanied by the threat of penalties against any foreign firms doing business in Iran.
President Donald Trump's pullout has upset European allies, cast uncertainty over global oil supplies and raised the risk of conflict in the Middle East.
Trump also said he planned to reintroduce the highest level of economic sanctions on Iran. That puts many European companies in the crosshairs. We can not guarantee that it is suitable for the visually or hearing impaired. The money given to Iran during the nuke deal was Iran's money. "When I make promises, I keep them". If you can get guarantees this would be good, but I actually think this is unlikely.
"Those were my opinions then", he added.
Meanwhile, the top inspector at the International Atomic Energy Agency quit his position.
The commander of the IRGC said that European countries can not be trusted because they are followers and not independent.
Iran has said it would remain in the JCPOA for now, pending negotiations with the other signatories in the coming weeks before making a final decision on its future role in the agreement.
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