U.S. Secretary of state Michael Pompeo may 9 released a statement which said that the United States will never allow Iran to produce a nuclear weapon. The document published on the Department’s website.
“75 years ago, the United States and our allies have teamed up to rid the world of Nazis and their hateful ideology. Today we brought a serious challenge to peace in the regional dimension by another criminal regime, and we again urge the international community to join us to stop the state which is the lead sponsor of anti-Semitism in the world,” the statement said Pompeo.
He recalled that the US authorities over the past two years introduced a series of harsh sanctions against Iran, not to allow it to Fund terrorism.
“The United States will use all diplomatic options to ensure the renewal of the UN embargo on arms shipments… And we will never allow Iran to have nuclear weapons,” added Pompeo.
20 July 2015, the UN Security Council has approved an agreement aimed at limiting Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for lifting of sanctions. Tehran has ensured that refuse from the idea of creating nuclear weapons. In 10 years, in the case of the implementation of Iran nuclear agreement, all restrictions and conditions contained in the resolution the UN had to stop the action.
May 8, 2018 US President Donald trump announced that his country comes out of a Joint comprehensive plan of action on Iran, believing it to be “catastrophic”. According to trump, Tehran deceived the world community, by hiding the continuation of research in the field of nuclear weapons.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that nice to US withdrawal from the nuclear deal. He called Washington a “problem partner” and informed that will continue the agreement with France, Britain, Germany, China and Russia. Rouhani also warned that Tehran might resume uranium enrichment on an industrial scale.
6 Aug trump has signed a decree, which renewed sanctions against Iran in force prior to the signing of the nuclear deal. They entered into force 5 Nov.
8 may 2019 in Iran said the refusal to perform part of the obligations on the nuclear deal. In July it became known that this country exceeded the limit of stocks of low enriched uranium established by the provisions of the AGREEMENT. January 5, 2020 Iran announced a complete withdrawal from the nuclear deal.
On 14 January the heads of foreign ministries of the countries participating in the Joint comprehensive plan of action on Iran’s nuclear program announced that Iran is not fulfilling its obligations under the SVP and announced about the launch of the dispute resolution mechanismprovided for in the Treaty.
The representative of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Iran Abbas Mousavi said on January 20 that Iran still remains a nuclear deal in 2015, despite the phasing out of its obligations.