Pompeo has threatened Iran with unprecedented sanctions

Pompeo has threatened Iran with unprecedented sanctions

Moscow. May 21. INTERFAX.RU — U.S. Secretary of state Michael Pompeo said Monday that the US administration will impose against Iran the most serious sanctions than ever before.

“We will provide unprecedented financial pressure on the Iranian regime. The leaders in Tehran don’t doubt their seriousness,” said Pompeo, speaking at the Heritage Foundation.

Pompeo also said that Washington will provide the conditions under which Tehran could have a nuclear weapon.

We will also ensure that Iran did not have a path to nuclear weapons, not only now but never.Mike Papulonecrotic USA

“Iran will never be unlimited powers to once again dominate the middle East,” said U.S. Secretary of state.

However, Pompeo said that the United States is prepared to lift all sanctions, to reestablish trade and diplomatic relations with Iran and to open the access to advanced technology in exchange for Tehran’s compliance with certain requirements of Washington.

In exchange for significant changes in Iran, the US is prepared to take action that will benefit all citizens of Iran. These actions include different — the abolition of all sanctions against the regime, the full restoration of diplomatic and trade relations with Iran, we are ready to give Iran access to modern technology.Mike Papulonecrotic USA

Among the conditions the US — admission of IAEA experts to the Iranian facilities, the termination of enrichment of uranium and plutonium, as well as the rejection of the development of missiles capable of carrying nuclear weapons.

Earlier in may, the President of the United States Donald trump announced its withdrawal from the Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD), approved in 2015 “six” of international mediators (the five permanent members of the UN security Council and Germany) and Iran. This agreement has imposed some serious restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program, in exchange for these conditions, Iran has made removal tough international sanctions.

Currently, all parties to the agreement, with the exception of the United States, declare their intention to preserve the nuclear agreement with Iran.

Previously, trump has said it is ready to significantly limit the volumes purchased from Iran oil and petroleum products.