Trump acknowledges the commitment of Iran's nuclear agreement
For the second time after assuming leadership, US President Donald Trump's administration acknowledged on Monday that Iran is committed to the nuclear agreement concluded with world powers, but Washington has warned that Tehran is violating the spirit of the agreement and said it would look for ways to strengthen it.
It is noteworthy that this second time that Trump is witnessing Iran's commitment to the agreement since he took office in January, despite his criticism of him during his election campaign in 2016.
Officials at the Trump administration explained the text of the resolution, told reporters on Monday, claiming that it is preparing new economic sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile program, and because of their contribution to the tensions in the region.
Under the alleged US law aimed at Iran, that the State Department must inform Congress every 90 days the extent of Iran's commitment to the nuclear deal. Trump was in front of a deadline on Monday to make a decision.
According to the White House: The decision has spent Iran's commitment to the agreement of 2015, but Trump and Foreign Minister Rex Tillerson believe that Iran is still one of the most serious threats to US interests and stability in the region.
The official continued to manage his country's claims Trump listed in advance the list of accusations about Iran's behavior in the region, including the development of ballistic missiles.
The official claims: president and foreign minister considered that these Iranian activities intended to severely undermine the agreement which is to contribute to peace and security at the regional and international levels. http://aletejahtv.org/permalink/173087.html