Mohammad Javad Zarif
The Iranian foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has demanded from the United States to comply with the terms of the nuclear deal, and not throw accusations against Tehran. About it reports Reuters.
“Battered American charges cannot disguise the fact that Washington is forced to admit the fact of Iran’s compliance with nuclear deal,” Zarif wrote in his microblog.
Javad Zarif (@JZarif)
20 April 2017, 10:15
The Minister has responded to criticism from U.S. Secretary Rex Tillerson, who have accused Iran of continuing and alarming provocations aimed at destabilizing the Middle East and undermining American interests in the region. He also said that the deal with Iran on its nuclear program failed, and accused Tehran of sponsoring terrorism.
On 19 April President of the United States Donald trump instructed the national security Council (NSC) to assess the conditions of the nuclear deal with Iran. For more than two months until 3 February, trump in his Twitter has published a recording in which he said that Iran is playing with fire. A day earlier, the American leader has described the nuclear deal with Tehran as “terrible”.
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 made commitments to limit work in the field of uranium enrichment in exchange for lifting some sanctions.