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    An Iranian bill obliges Tehran to withdraw from the nuclear deal if Washington returns the sanctions

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    An Iranian bill obliges Tehran to withdraw from the nuclear deal if Washington returns the sanctions Empty An Iranian bill obliges Tehran to withdraw from the nuclear deal if Washington returns the sanctions

    Post by Rocky Sat 22 Aug 2020 - 10:20

    [size=35][size=35]An Iranian bill obliges Tehran to withdraw from the nuclear deal if Washington returns the sanctions[/size]

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    2020-08-22 | 08:59
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    [size=18]Iranian media reported, Saturday, that deputies in the Iranian parliament had signed a bill obliging the government to withdraw from the nuclear agreement in the event that Washington was able to activate the trigger mechanism to restore international sanctions.


    "Tasnim" agency reported that "49 members of parliament signed the bill, and it was submitted to the Presidency of Parliament to study it in the National Security Committee, and then vote on it later."

    The signatories emphasized that "Iran will not have any interest in remaining in the nuclear agreement in the event that international sanctions are reimposed."








    Thirteen of the 15 member states of the UN Security Council opposed the US effort to re-impose sanctions on Iran, claiming it was invalid.


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