Does Trump threaten Iran's nuclear deal?

Does Trump threaten Iran's nuclear deal?

Does Trump threaten Iran's nuclear deal?

FM Zarif, along with his deputies Seyyed Abbas Araqchi and Majid Takht-Ravanchi, arrived in NY to attend a series of global meetings and press conferences of the United Nations.

Iran has said Washington should be committed to its obligations under the nuclear agreement which endorses the removal of sanctions and barriers of banking transactions.

U.S. President Donald Trump is "very likely" to recertify Iranian compliance with the Iran nuclear agreement although he continues to have reservations about it, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday. Under the nuclear deal brokered during the Obama administration, the State Department must notify Congress every 90 days on Iran's compliance to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Both global monitors and USA intelligence agencies believe that Iran is, in fact, in compliance with the agreement.

"The worst deal I think I've ever seen negotiated that you started is the Iran deal".

In July 2015, Iran and six world powers, Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States, reached an agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue, which put it on the path of sanctions relief but with more strict limits on its nuclear program.

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Iran denies seeking nuclear arms.

In response to a question by the Press TV correspondent about the possibility of any meeting between Iranian and American officials during the NY visit, Zarif said, "For this visit, no meetings have been planned". That is, Trump's current uncertain policy has led to a lot of confusion and destabilization in the Middle East region.

Iran tops the list of the countries that support governments, Armies and the nations of the region in the fight against terrorism, Zarif noted.

The remarks come after Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi formally declared victory of the country's forces over the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group on Monday, one day after the country's military and Popular Mobilization Forces took full control of the strategic city of Mosul.

The negotiations are aimed at bringing an end to the foreign-backed militancy in Syria, which began in March 2011.

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