Trump gives nod to Iran Nuclear Deal ‘one last time’
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US President Donald Trump says he is suspending sanctions on Iran for ‘one last time’ so that Europe and US can make amendments and fix nuclear deal’s ‘terrible flaws’.
The 2015 agreement signed by Iran, US, Russia, China, Britain, Germany and the European Union which agreed on Iran to reduce Uranium enrichment activity and dispose off its enriched Uranium stocks so there could be no production of material suitable for nuclear bomb which Mr. Trump openly criticizes to be ‘the worst ever deal’.
“This is the last chance. In the absence of such agreement, the US will not again waive sanctions in order to stay in the Iran nuclear deal. And if any time I judge that such an agreement is not within reach I will withdraw from the deal immediately,” Donald Trump said in a statement on Friday.
Mr. Trump has frequently expressed apprehensions over the irresponsible handling of the nuclear ballistic missile by Iran and its growing influence in the Middle East region. Independent of the deal, US has also imposed sanction over 14 Iranian individuals it accuses of supporting weapon proliferation.
Tehran maintains that their nuclear tests are solely aimed at energy resources generation and do not carry any nuclear warheads. While it promises to stick to the accord as long as other nations respect it but shred it if Washington withdraws. Further talks on the subject by the US will not involve Iran but the European allies predominantly.