The President of Iran admitted that Tehran could reduce cooperation with the IAEA. But stressed that the country will come out of the “nuclear deal” as long as its interests are met.After the US withdrawal from the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program Iran might reduce cooperation with International atomic energy Agency (IAEA). On Wednesday, 4 July, said the country’s President Hassan Rouhani after a meeting with the head of the Agency Yukiya Amano in Vienna.
“The activities of Tehran in the nuclear field have always been peaceful, but that Iran will determine the level of cooperation with the IAEA. Responsible for the change in the scope of this cooperation will be based on those who created this new situation”, – quotes Reuters the words of Rouhani.
In addition, the President said that Iran will remain a member of the Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD) on its nuclear program as long as they respect the interests of Tehran. In the case that Iran will not benefit from this agreement after the US withdrawal, the country’s authorities can accept the “new solutions”. He stressed that “now the AGREEMENT parties must take reciprocal steps in response to the us withdrawal from the Treaty and to compensate the resulting solution Washington “imbalance of commitment”.
The US President Donald trump on may 8 signed a Memorandum on the U.S. withdrawal from the AGREEMENT, which was concluded with Iran, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany in the summer of 2015, during the presidency of Barack Obama. The agreement provides for the implementation by Tehran of a number of steps to limit its nuclear program in exchange for lifting international sanctions and unilateral restrictive measures imposed by the US and the EU. After that, the Iranian side stated that they agree to remain in the AGREEMENT only if the other partners, without the United States, will be able to meet all obligations under the agreement, in particular in the economic sphere.
The German foreign Minister wants to convince Iran of the benefits of the nuclear deal
The Iranian diplomat told Reuters that an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program can be saved only if its participants compensate for Tehran the effect of U.S. sanctions.Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD), agreed between Iran and the six countries is beneficial for the Iranian economy, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Germany Heiko Wt (Heiko Maas). “We want to clarify to Iran that the agreement, as before, brings him economic benefits,” said Mac, before the meeting of foreign Ministers of countries-participants of the AGREEMENT and diplomats of several other States, held in Vienna, on Friday, July 6.
The EU will not be able to fully compensate for Iran’s withdrawal from its market of the companies because of U.S. sanctions, but Tehran needs to understand that his exit AGREEMENT would bring him “another big loss”, said the head of the German foreign Ministry. He recalled the measures that the EU adopted to support Tehran and rescue the nuclear deal with him – in particular, the granting to the European investment Bank the mandate to support European investment in Iran.
“We are looking for the ability to save payment relations to Iran, that he saw no reason to withdraw from the agreement,” stressed Mas. After the unilateral US withdrawal from SVPD “we were in a difficult situation,” he admitted, while calling the agreement “is not perfect” but “better than none.”
Iran is ready for any scenario
Meanwhile, a senior Iranian diplomat said in an interview with the news Agency Reuters that Tehran is ready for any scenario. “To save the agreement, other parties must compensate us for the effect of US sanctions”, – he noted and warned against the escalation of the situation in the middle East in the event of a complete breakdown of SVPD.
The President of the United States Donald trump in may announced the withdrawal from the agreement, which was signed with Iran, the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany in 2015 and calls for implementation by Tehran of a number of steps to limit its nuclear program in exchange for lifting sanctions. Trump has accused Iran of supporting terrorism and efforts to continue the development of nuclear weapons. After withdrawal from the agreement, the United States expanded sanctions against Tehran, which could affect non-us companies that do business with Iran.
The New York Times reported that trump’s support in the elections the Arab countries
At least Saudi Arabia and the UAE wanted to support the Trump in 2016. About secret talks of the son of trump is representative of the two States told the American newspaper.The eldest son of Donald trump in 2016 met with a representative of the two Persian Gulf countries who wanted to contribute to the victory of a billionaire in the presidential election in the United States. On Saturday, may 19, reported the New York Times. As of the publication, 3 August 2016, trump, Jr. had a conversation with the American-Lebanese businessman George Nader, who represented Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
The talks were held in new York tower “trump tower”. The event was organized by Erik Prince, the founder of the firm specializing in security issues, as well as the current spouse of the U.S. Secretary of education Betsy DeVos. During the meeting, also attended by Israeli businessman Joel Zamel, Nader allegedly assured trump Jr. that the crown princes of the two countries ready to give his father support. New York Times writes that this case is the first evidence that in 2016, not only Russia tried to promote a Trump before the election.
The material New York Times says that the company associated with Semalem, wanted to support the campaign headquarters trump with the help of thousands of fake pages on social networks. Actions Samela also interested in spectacular Robert Mueller is investigating alleged communication campaign trump with the Russian structures. In the investigation of Muller Nader plays an important role, as having a close relationship with Russia. The trump denies all allegations.
The laws of the United States forbid foreigners to support any campaign. The ban applies to both financial support and strategic.