Iran cancels nuclear agreement commitment

  • Iran ends its commitment to a nuclear agreement after killing Soleymani
  • Tensions are high in the region following Soleimani killing in a US drone attack in Baghdad
Iran cancels nuclear agreement commitment

Iran said it would no longer observe with any of the restrictions imposed by the 2015 nuclear agreement. In a statement, he stated that there was no longer a limitation on the ability to concentrate, stock concentrated materials, or research and development. This statement came after the Iranian Cabinet meeting in Tehran. Tensions over the US assassination of Iranian general Kasem Soleimani in Baghdad were high.

According to a report by Baghdad, the US Embassy complex was targeted by a Sunday night attack. Informed sources told the BBC that four rounds of “indirect fire” had been conducted at the direction of the embassy. No victims reported.

Iran cancels nuclear agreement

Before Tuesday’s funeral, hundreds of thousands visited Iran on Sunday and welcomed Suleiman. Under the 2015 agreement, Iran has agreed to limit its delicate nuclear activities and allow international inspectors in exchange for lifting economic sanctions.

US President Donald Trump said he abandoned him in 2018 and hoped that Iran would set indefinite limits on its nuclear program and negotiate a new agreement to halt ballistic missile development. Iran has refused and since then has gradually withdrawn its commitments under the agreement. Trump threatened Iran again, saying the United States would return a revolution in case of revenge for the death of Soleimani, saying this time it could “probably be out of proportion.”

Iran statement:  Iran was expected to declare its latest position on nuclear trade this weekend before news of the death of Soleimani. A statement issued on state-owned television stated that the state no longer respected the restrictions set out in the 2015 agreement. “Iran will continue nuclear improvement based on technical needs without restriction,” the statement said. Improve uranium can be used for nuclear weapons.

However, the statement did not say that Iran had withdrawn from the agreement, adding that Iran would continue to work with the IAEA, the United Nations Nuclear Management Authority. The statement added that if Iran enjoys the benefits of the agreement, it is ready to return to its commitment. Journalists say this is a reference to their inability to sell oil and access to their revenues under US sanctions. Iran has always claimed that the nuclear program is entirely peaceful. Sanctions caused the collapse of Iran’s oil exports and a decline in monetary value, causing its inflation.

The reaction of the international community: Other parts of the 2015 agreement, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, and Russia, have sought to maintain the agreement following the withdrawal of the United States in 2018. Josep Borel, EU Foreign Minister, has invited Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif to Brussels to discuss both the nuclear agreement and how to control the disaster of the killing of Soleimani.

According to the AFP, German spokesman agreed that German Chancellor Angela Merkel would work with France’s President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to reduce escalation in the Middle East. Johnson described Soleimani’s death as “do not regret” and described it as “a threat to all our interests.”

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