Free Beacon: Iran Threatens to Restart Nuclear Enrichment Program

Free Beacon: Iran Threatens to Restart Nuclear Enrichment Program

Free Beacon: Iran Threatens to Restart Nuclear Enrichment Program

"The new USA president - who has big claims and many ups and downs in his words and actions - has been trying for 15 months to break the JCPOA ... but the structure of the JCPOA is so strong that it has not been shaken by such quakes", Rouhani said in a speech broadcast live on state television.

The Iranian Regime is threatening to restart its illicit nuclear programme within days as U.S. and European leaders rush to fix flaws in the controversial 2015 Iranian nuclear deal ahead of Donald Trump's May deadline, when he has threatened to pull out of the deal altogether.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which is based in the United Kingdom, said that 14 people, mostly from Iran's military or its proxy forces, were killed in the airstrikes.

U.S. sanctions that were lifted under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) of 2015 will resume unless Trump waives them again on May 12.

"Today, I am waiving the application of certain nuclear sanctions, but only in order to secure our European allies' agreement to fix the awful flaws of the Iran nuclear deal". "We are much more prepared than they think, and they will see that if they violate this accord, within a week, less than a week, they will see the result", Rouhani said.

The bodies of the Iranians, described as military advisers, had been flown back to Iran and funerals would take place later on Tuesday, Tasnim said. In a bid to persuade Washington to remain in the nuclear accord, France urged the European Union on Monday to consider new sanctions on Iran over its involvement in Syria's civil war and its ballistic missile program.

He made the comments at a "National Atomic Energy Day" event, where he unveiled the latest in nuclear technological developments, including developing centrifuges, separation and nuclear medicine.

"We will produce any weapons necessary to defend our country in such a volatile region".

"Iran's stance on chemical weapons is clear and we condemn any use of them against any target", Zarif added.

The Iranian rial hit a record low against the United States dollar for the second time in two months over concerns about Iran's economy, rattling businesses and prompting some currency dealers to suspend trading. A dollar was 36,000 rials in mid-September.

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