Last night, October 10, Prime Minister Theresa may called the President of the United States Donald Trump and urged him not to break a nuclear agreement with Iran. About it, referring to its representative, writes the local edition of The Telegraph.

The British government tried to explain to the American leader that this deal is “vital to regional security,” and assured him that her country, along with other signatories intend to comply with the provisions of the agreement.

As expected, this week trump will announce a decision on Iran, criticizing Tehran for ballistic missile tests. The Congress will have two months to decide whether to back sanctions against the country if the President will criticize the deal and say that Iran is not fulfilling the agreement. Anonymous top officials in Washington argue that the agreement with Tehran will be broken.

“The Prime Minister stressed the importance of careful monitoring (of how the transaction is carried out, – ed.) and proper performance of the agreement,” said Mei.

The Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain Boris Johnson called American colleague Rex Tillerson to tell that the Iran deal “makes the world a safer place”.

See also: trump: the Nuclear deal with Iran is a disgrace to the United States

14 July 2015, international negotiators and Iran reached agreement in Vienna. According to the paragraphs of the text of the deal, Tehran official abandoning of nuclear weapons development and gets rid of the most part of nuclear material, while allowing the admission of IAEA inspectors to its nuclear facilities. In response, the West takes on the Iran most of the sanctions.

16 January 2016 with Iran were sanctions lifted: Iran has fulfilled its part of the agreement to freeze its nuclear program. February 14 the same year, Iran announced the first batch of oil exported to Europe after the lifting of sanctions. December 2 the U.S. Senate has again approved a ten year extension of the law on sanctions against Iran.

In August 2017, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Iran has accused the US President of Donald trump’s “betrayal” on the nuclear agreement, President Hassan Rouhani during a speech in Parliament said that Tehran may terminate the agreement “within hours” if the policy of “sanctions and enforcement,” Washington will continue. Later, he “swore” that Tehran will not be those who initiate the cancellation of the nuclear deal.


At the UN General Assembly in September, trump said that a nuclear deal with Iran is a disgrace to the United States, but later Pentagon chief James Mattis urged to keep an agreement with Tehran.



See also: US Bases will be threatened in the event of new sanctions against Iran






Trump got a call from London, urged not to break nuclear deal 11.10.2017

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