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    US chief warns of Washington's withdrawal from Iran's nuclear deal

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    US chief warns of Washington's withdrawal from Iran's nuclear deal Empty US chief warns of Washington's withdrawal from Iran's nuclear deal

    Post by Rocky Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:00 am

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    "Iran's commitment to an agreement limiting its nuclear program is a warning that any decision by Washington to withdraw from it will make other countries less inclined to conclude agreements with the United States," said US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Danford.
     
    US President Donald Trump is considering whether to decide on a US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, calling the deal "embarrassing."
     
    Danford said in testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee that Iran was carrying out its obligations under the nuclear deal but had increased its activities in other areas.
     
    Sen. Jack Reid, the Democratic Party's top Democrat, asked Danford whether withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear deal would affect the United States' ability to negotiate with North Korea or a non-military solution to the crisis with Pyongyang.
     
    "It makes sense to me that our adherence to the agreements we signed, unless there is a material breach, will have an impact on the willingness of others to sign agreements," Danford said during his re-appointment.
     
    The ambassadors of Britain, France, Germany and the European Union to the United States announced on Monday their strong support for the nuclear agreement signed with Iran as long as Tehran is committed to it.
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