WP: trump is going to announce the cancellation of the Iranian deal
According to sources, the US President during a speech to explain why AGREEMENT is not in the interests of the United States.
WASHINGTON, 5 Oct. /TASS/. The President of the United States Donald trump is going next week to announce the cancellation of the Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD) on the Iranian nuclear program. This was announced on Thursday, the Washington Post, citing its sources.
According to their information, the American leader during a speech will tell you why SVPD not in the national interest of the United States. He also intends to enlist the support of Congress in this matter.
The publication stresses that such a move of the head of state can lead to the beginning of the renewal process cancelled in connection with the achievement of AGREEMENT in 2015 sanctions against Iran.
It is expected that the October 12, trump will deliver a speech, which will announce its decision and set out a broader US strategy against Iran, which is formed Washington’s list of state sponsors of terrorism.
A new approach
Sources The Washington Post in the administration, trump said that the President plans to offer “more rigorous and comprehensive approach” that “opens the door” for change AGREEMENT, which has been repeatedly criticized by the White house. The American leader has no plans to ask Congress to renew a canceled sanctions against Iran. However, Washington started to discuss with lawmakers a proposal by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He advocates an approach called “correct or cancel”, in relation to Iranian transactions.
Trump has long threatened to derail the deal, which has set strict limits on Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for lifting international sanctions. As the newspaper notes, the President this time is not going to assure the Congress that Iran has fulfilled its obligations, although the head of the Strategic command of the Armed forces of the United States stated otherwise. This certification is required by law to be given every 90 days, and following notification must be sent to legislators by October 15. The lack of certification could lead to renewed American sanctions and the collapse of the agreement.