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Iran REFUSES to renegotiate nuclear deal and warns US against changes

Iran REFUSES to renegotiate nuclear deal and warns US against changes

"I don't know what the USA president will decide on May 12", Macron said during a visit to Sydney.

The report said it is "unclear" exactly how Trump would leave the deal, and that there is a "chance" he would stay in to appease French President Emmanuel Macron.

In other words, the nuclear deal, in fact, came about partly because of the IAEA's concerns about Iran's nuclear activities, not in spite of them.

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Thursday ruled out renegotiating the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal or holding talks over its missile program.

UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has urged US President Donald Trump not to walk away from an worldwide deal created to prevent Iran acquiring nuclear weapons.

David Albright, a former weapons inspector and current head of the Institute for Science and International Security, and Olli Heinonen, a former deputy director-general of the IAEA, "agreed" that the information presented Monday by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could be used for the IAEA to demand additional inspections of Iranian facilities.

United Nations: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has urged Donald Trump not to walk away from an global deal created to prevent Iran acquiring nuclear weapons.

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Most people knew it wouldn't be spent on the Iranian economy. Those changes have included proposals to limit Iran's ballistic missile program, which Tehran says it has as a defensive deterrent.

A lawsuit charging that Iran, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps and the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran aided the 9/11 hijackers was just successfully prosecuted.

"Hardline social media accounts depict reformists and moderates who continue to push for more negotiations and engagement with the West as weak, incapable, gullible, and corrupt", wrote Georgetown University's Ariane Tabatabai in a lengthy survey of Iran's internal political conversation.

But there's a greater political context for Netanyahu's speechifying. Skeptical lawmakers passed a law in 2015 requiring that any deal be "recertified" every 90 days by the President. The cache shows Iran can not be trusted.

Global observers say there's no reason for Trump to vacillate. Netanyahu argued that the law's requirement of a quorum of the security Cabinet could lead to paralysis in an emergency, Amidror said. Without the Iran nuclear deal, Iran would never accept such rigid observations on its nuclear sites. Anyone holding out hope for a more favorable perception of Iran in the USA should prepare to be disappointed.

Iran has no nuclear weapons.

It is obvious that the right way to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons is vital, and requires immediate action. Iran watchers can be forgiven for feeling a sense of deja vu. Iran effectively controls Baghdad making the task of illegally transporting contraband through Iraqi airspace a rather simple affair. Hopefully, President Trump will not make the same mistake as his predecessors.