Govt should disapprove United States decision of withdrawing from Iran nuclear deal: CPM

He is quoted as saying: “We welcome Trump’s decision on pulling out of the deal”.

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Sen. Dick Durbin (D., Ill.) called Trump’s decision to scrap the deal “reckless”, saying the worldwide inspections regime required under the accord to probe Iran’s nuclear facilities is now at risk. Neither the world nor the region looks any safer since Trump’s ill-advised decision to abandon a hard-won deal of one of the global communities most intractable issues. Trump also announced plans to re-instate sanctions against Iran.

The nuclear deal, signed in July 2015, was created to limit Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for the removal of worldwide sanctions on Iran.

“We will not allow American cities to be threatened with destruction and we will not allow a regime that chants “Death to America” to gain access to the most deadly weapons on Earth”.

Airbus and rival Boeing are among the biggest companies affected by Trump’s decision to pull out of a landmark 2015 accord on curbing Iran’s nuclear activities.

Iran hopes the European Union will pass laws to protect European firms from any potential United States sanctions.

Under its new crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom has begun pursuing a markedly more aggressive foreign policy designed in large part to counter Tehran, and has quietly aligned itself more closely with Israel.

As he promised as a candidate, President Trump has taken the United States out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.

Trump also left open the possibility of a new deal, and told reporters Wednesday: “We’ll make either a really good deal for the world or we’re not going to make a deal at all”. We told them that America’s problem with Iran isn’t about the nuclear program. But Trump has taken issue with provisions that lift some restrictions on Iran’s nuclear efforts in years to come, and he never accepted the premise that it was the best near-term strategy to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said he was sending his foreign minister to the remaining countries but warned there was only a short time to negotiate with them. The statement from Prime Minister Theresa May, Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Emmanuel Macron also urged Iran to “show restraint” and continue fulfilling its own obligations such as co-operating with inspections.

With President Donald Trump junking the landmark nuclear deal with Iran, the U.S. will now reimpose the stringent sanctions it placed on Tehran before the 2015 agreement and is considering new penalties, the United States media reported today.

P5+1 members France, Britain and Germany have all condemned Trump’s unilateral decision on May 8 to withdraw from the agreement and have pledged to continue working with Tehran. “We believe the deal does not deal with Iran’s ballistic missile program nor does it deal with Iran’s support for terrorism”.

“In 3 minutes and 32 seconds, Donald Trump unsettled the world”, Nahles said in Berlin on Wednesday.

However, Wednesday’s demonstration reflected public anger in Iran after Trump’s decision.

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Still, responding directly to Trump’s announcement, Rouhani instructed Iran’s “atomic industry organization to be fully prepared for subsequent measures if needed so that in case of need we will start our industrial enrichment without limitations”.

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