Wednesday, 30 October 2019 11:06 WIB |
The Trump Administration on Tuesday (29/10) overcame its own deadline to decide whether to extend other world-related agreements to work with Iran on nuclear power projects that should be subject to US sanctions.
Speaking at a Senate hearing on October 16, the US Special Envoy to Iran, Brian Hook, said that the Iranian exemption, which was renewed by the State Department for 90 days on July 30, ended on October 29. He said Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo had to make a decision whether to decide to ask for additional for additional periods.
The five freed it from Europe, Russia and China mobilizing level four Iranian location personnel to work with their Iranian counterparts. This was to ensure that the location was not involved in activities to make nuclear weapons. The United States and its allies have long accused Iran of increasing the capabilities of its weapons, while Tehran says its nuclear program supports peace.
Iran agreed to work with international experts to issue potential weapons-related activities at its four bomb locations with an imbalance of international sanctions relief as part of the 2015 agreement with world powers.
US President Donald Trump withdrew from the agreement last year and agreed to impose US agreement on Iran. He said agreeing that 2015 was not harsh enough on Iran and launched a "maximum pressure" campaign to deny Tehran going to carry out weapons campaigns and other evil activities.
Source : VOA