What future for the Iran nuclear deal?

What future for the Iran nuclear deal?

Troy Powers
May 5, 2018

Hardline Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says they is evidence that Iran lied during negotiations over the controversial nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

"Iran is on a slow-walk to a nuclear weapon under cover of a flawed deal".

Iran warned on Thursday it would quit a landmark nuclear deal if President Donald Trump pulls the United States out of the accord, while also criticizing European states over "concessions" to the Americans. Abrogation of the agreement could also allow Iran to justify ramping up its nuclear program.

The meeting was their second in two weeks, and came amid a whirlwind of meetings between Kerry and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, European Union official Federica Mogherini, and French President Emmanuel Macron.

We will remind, the President of the United States Donald trump is demanding that the European allies until may 12 to "fix the awful flaws of the" nuclear deal of the year 2015, otherwise, it will refuse to extend the state of the lifting of USA sanctions against Iran.

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Yermakov said nobody could foresee what calculations Trump might make about withdrawing from the JCPOA, but the vast majority of United Nations states at the Geneva conference had supported a joint Russian-Chinese declaration supporting the JCPOA.

In response, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said Trump has "no right" to renegotiate the deal and accused him of "maliciously violating" its conditions.

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On Monday night in a live broadcast speech, Netanyahu stood in front of a bookcase laden with copies of the thousands of stolen Iranian documents retrieved during the Mossad's operation.

"Iran will not re-negotiate what had been agreed several years ago, and what was implemented", said Zarif.

"If the United States breaks an global agreement backed by U.N. Security Council resolutions, it will be the United States that should suffer the consequences".

"Its economy is arguably the most integrated with the USA through well-established supply chains", said the report by Robert Kavcic, a senior economist at the bank. In the event that we conclude we can't fix this deal ... then the president is going to be given the best advice, including by me.

Under an agreement in 2015 with world leaders, Iran curbed its enrichment of uranium for nuclear fuel to ease concerns it could be put to use in developing bomb material.

It is not so simple as simply saying "we're out" of the Iran nuclear deal.

However supporters of the nuclear deal say that is not a viable possibility as a result of the US, by beginning the 180-day clock, would have already breached the deal.

Russian Federation has joined Iran in rejecting any proposed changes to the deal.