Donald Trump may still negotiate nuclear deal with Iran: White House
Washington, ANI. Relations between Iran and the US are probably going through a worst-case scenario. The situation has deteriorated after Iranian General Qasim Sulemani was killed in a US air strike. Despite this, US President Donald Trump feels that the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran can be maintained. He can also negotiate with Iran for this. However, after rising tensions with the US, Iran has now openly announced that it will not accept any restrictions imposed under the 2015 nuclear deal.
White House adviser Kelanay Conway said Monday that US President Donald Trump is confident that he can still continue the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. Conway told reporters at the White House on Monday that Iran has declared that it will no longer be in the 2015 nuclear deal, but the president is confident that he will stop Iran from doing so. Donald Trump is still ready to negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran.
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Significantly, Iran has always insisted that its nuclear program is peaceful but the suspicion was that it was a program to develop nuclear bombs. Following this, the United Nations Security Council, the United States and the European Union banned Iran in 2010. In 2015, Iran had an agreement with 6 countries, these countries were USA, UK, France, China, Russia and Germany. Under this agreement, Iran limited its nuclear programs, in return it was relieved of the ban. Under this agreement, Iran had to stop the uranium enrichment program. This reactor is used to make fuel and is also used to make nuclear weapons. According to the 2015 agreement, Iran was allowed to limit its sensitive nuclear activities and allow international inspectors to come in, ending economic sanctions on Iran in return.
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