Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of Iran Abbas Araqchi said that Tehran will not renegotiate the agreement on the nuclear issue with the new administration elected President of the USA of Donald trump. On Sunday, January 15, reports the Associated Press.
“The new administration States cannot withdraw from the transaction,” — said the Deputy head of the foreign Ministry. Araqchi added that “new negotiations on this matter”.
According to the Agency, trump during the election campaign repeatedly criticized the deal on the Iranian atom, and promised to review it.
December 15, 2016 United States for 10 years have extended the law on sanctions against Iran. Us Secretary of state John Kerry said that the law will not affect the deal on the nuclear issue — the abolition of the American and European sanctions in exchange for curtailing Tehran’s work in the field of nuclear energy. We are talking about introduction of personal sanctions against persons involved in the development of Iran’s ballistic missiles, supporting terrorism, and perpetrators of human rights violations.
Earlier, on December 3, foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran will stop implementing the agreement on the nuclear issue if the United States extended sanctions against Iran.
Iran and the six international mediators (US, Russia, China, Britain, France, Germany) in mid-July 2015 reached agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program. The Islamic Republic has pledged to transform the Fordow plant in the technology center, and the reactor in Arak to rebuild in accordance with the international consortium, spent fuel from it will be exported outside the country. Tehran also promised not to enrich uranium above the threshold at 3.67% and to limit its volume is 300 pounds for a period of 15 years.