The United States does not come out of a nuclear deal in 2015 with Iran. This was stated by US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, reports Radio Liberty.
“If the President (the President of the United States Donald trump – ed.) will decide not to verify the compatibility of the actions of Iran to the provisions of the agreement, this does not mean that the United States abandon it. We will remain loyal to the deal, if it will protect the security of the United States,” she said.
The administration trump has twice confirmed Iran’s compliance with nuclear agreements.
Under us law the state Department must report to Congress every 90 days on whether Iran has limits on its nuclear activities, the agreement provides that in exchange for easing international sanctions. The next time the report comes in October.
If by the time the United States will find signs of violations on the part of Tehran, this can exacerbate the nuclear issue. If the U.S. Congress imposes new sanctions against Iran, the nuclear deal may fail.
15 August 2017, it was reported that Iran is threatening to withdraw from nuclear agreement in the event of a further policy of U.S. sanctions against the country.