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    Washington: Tehran will follow Washington's example if it withdraws from the nuclear deal

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    Washington: Tehran will follow Washington's example if it withdraws from the nuclear deal Empty Washington: Tehran will follow Washington's example if it withdraws from the nuclear deal

    Post by Rocky Fri 27 Apr 2018, 1:40 am


    Washington: Tehran will follow Washington's example if it withdraws from the nuclear deal

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    Washington: Tehran will follow Washington's example if it withdraws from the nuclear deal 5ae1f576d43750e7738b45a3-696x392
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    Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Akbar Velayati, Iran's Supreme Leader's advisor on international affairs, has expressed Iran's readiness to reciprocate if the United States decides to veto the nuclear deal.
    "If the Americans want to veto the nuclear deal, it is not known that the Islamic Republic of Iran will remain committed to its commitments and if they leave, Iran will certainly come out as well," Velayati said on Thursday.
    "Iran will not accept a nuclear agreement if it does harm to it," he said. "If one of the parties wants to veto the nuclear deal, Iran will do what is in its interest."
    US President Donald Trump has set a deadline until May 12 to reach an agreement between France, Germany and Britain on whether Washington will stay in agreement on Iran's nuclear program or withdraw from it. This is the deadline for Trump to extend the law on freezing sanctions against Iran and to ratify its commitment to maintain the agreement.
    US Assistant Secretary of State for International Security Christoph Ford said the United States does not intend to review or cancel the nuclear deal with Iran, but is seeking an additional document. End 25 n


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