Tehran will not renegotiate a landmark 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, Iran's Foreign Minister MohammadJavad Zarif said on May 3. That regime included the so-called Additional Protocol, which expanded the IAEA's access to sites in Iran, including giving inspectors insight into all parts of the nuclear fuel cycle, access on short notice to all buildings at an acknowledged nuclear site, and the right to obtain samples from military sites.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Iran MohammadJavad Zarif stated that his country, which previously made a statement on the United States intention to withdraw from the nuclear deal, will not negotiate about changing the nuclear agreement in 2015. Assuming the documents from Iran's secret nuclear weapons program that he displayed on a huge screen are genuine - and no one seems to dispute that - then the world now has concrete evidence that Iran has lied when it denied it wanted to build nuclear bombs.
Last month, Kerry met with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and has spoken with top European Union official Federica Mogherini. Iran is also far from isolated on the worldwide stage, maintaining amicable ties with Europe and increasingly strategic relationships with global powers such as China and Russian Federation.
President Donald Trump has threatened to reimpose sanctions on Iran at the next deadline for certifying Iran's compliance with the deal, which comes on May 12.
Likewise, there was no reason for Iran to pull out of the deal, and it was in a strong position because it was fully meeting its obligations, said Yermakov, who was attending a nuclear non-proliferation conference in Geneva.
Intelligence officials from France, the United Kingdom and Germany visited Israel in recent days and were briefed on Israeli findings gleaned from a trove of captured Iranian documents on the Islamic republic's past nuclear weapons development, Channel 10 news reported. Mr Trump could present the International Atomic Energy Agency and others with "credible and accurate information" involving an "uncured material breach" by Iran and effectively sink the whole deal. "It's based on Iranian lies and Iranian deception".
The Trump administration appears to be careening toward the reckless decision to kill the nuclear agreement with Iran, which would be another in a long line of foreign policy mistakes driven by ideology, impulse and domestic politics rather than facts, common sense and sound judgment about Americas national security.
Technically, Trump must decide by May 12 whether to renew "waivers" suspending some of the US sanctions on Iran.
Such an action could only be blocked by the UN Security Council but the USA could simply veto any such resolution. Trump has said European allies must rectify "terrible flaws" in the global accord by May 12.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry met two weeks ago with a top Iranian official at the United Nations to try to use shadow diplomacy to keep the US from scuttling the nuclear deal that he negotiated in 2015 under President Barack Obama. Which brings us back to the inescapable conclusion: an agreement with the Europeans to "fix" and not "nix" the "worst deal ever" is the only sensible move.
Keeping in view the offensive and defensive strategies of U.S. and P-5+1 regarding the deal, it looks most probable that President Trump will withdraw thus triggering waves of sanctions on Iran in times to come.
Let's not forget that Israel and Iran are enemies.
Lambert said: "I'm not a selfish footballer, I never was, and if the lad gets the winner's medal, brilliant, great for him". The Egyptian striker will return to Stamford Bridge for the first time as the recently crowned double player-of-the-season.
Therefore, the trip would produce few results and increased the risk that tariffs are adopted in the near future, it added. By mid-April, more than 1,200 companies across the United States had applied for waivers from the steel tariffs , the U.S.
Peterson carded a six-under 65 at Quail Hollow, thanks largely to back-to-back eagles at the seventh and eighth holes Thursday. Instead of holes that presented nine legitimate birdie opportunities in each round, it is now more like five.
The farmers, he said, were suffering because of the policies of successive Congress governments at the Centre and in the state. As part of his campaign blitzkrieg, the Prime Minister will address election rallies in Tumkur, Gadag, Shimoga and Mangaluru.
A huge dust storm and lightning strikes killed at least 125 people across India which braced Thursday for more wild weather. The state government also rushed to the State Disaster Relief Force to exaggerated districts and also issued an alert.
Police were initially called to the scene on reports that a man was holding his wife hostage inside a home. There are five officers injured from East Haven , three from North Haven and one from Branford.
McIlroy shot a final-round 62 to win his first Wells Fargo Championship in 2010. "I'm a proud victor of (the U.S. However, he shot a 2-over-par 74 on Sunday and finished tied for fifth, six shots behind first-time victor Reed.
Tiger back for Wells Fargo looking to build
McIlroy is a two-time victor at this event , has three other top-10s, and finished 22nd at the PGA Championship here a year ago. Woods was six shots behind after a day in which he struggled to get his speed right on the greens. "I don't care about the U.S.
UNCW Men's Tennis to face Tennessee in NCAA's
He informs his team that the hashtag they are to use this season is "Never enough" - whether in golf, training or school. The full bracket will be released toward the end of the NCAA team championship, which is slated to be played on May 22.
Liverpool players to face Real "with confidence"
Prediction: Liverpool's run have been impressive considering some of their struggles in the Premier League the past two seasons. Liverpool did the job in Rome by opening the scoring early, with Sadio Mane finding the net after just nine minutes.
Former LSU safety Eric Reid is suing NFL
In March, Reid pushed back the idea he could be signed at a discount because there are concerns over his protesting. Both Reid and Kaepernick's grievances have been filed under under the NFL's Collective Bargaining Agreement .