Iran Could Restart Nuclear Deal in 4 Days

Iran Could Restart Nuclear Deal in 4 Days

Iran Could Restart Nuclear Deal in 4 Days

Speaking at a conference marking Iran's National Nuclear Technology Day, Rouhani cited what he described as the deal's many benefits for Tehran, including closer cooperation with Russia, China and certain European countries.

"The onus of responsibility lies in Iran and we're going to continue to highlight the risks of doing business there because they haven't taken the actions that they have promised they would take", she said.

The attack took place hours after U.S. President Donald Trump warned there would be a "big price to pay" following the reports of a poison gas attack on the Syrian rebel-held town of Douma.

France, Britain and Germany are seeking to persuade their European Union partners to back new sanctions on Iran, mainly on its missile programme, as a way to persuade Trump to stick with the nuclear deal that put curbs on Iran's nuclear activities in return for sanctions relief.

Rouhani said Iran has been preparing for every possible scenario, including a JCPOA without the United States - which would still include European signatories, China and Russian Federation - or no deal at all.

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The Republican president said they must agree to "fix the bad flaws of the Iran nuclear deal", which was agreed to under his Democratic predecessor, Barack Obama, or he would refuse to extend US sanctions relief on Iran.

Rouhani was quoted by Mehr news agency as saying that Iran needs "both hard and soft power" while pursuing "constructive engagement" with the world.

According to Reuters, Iran promises to ramp up its nuclear program if the deal collapses, though many feel as though the deal has done little to diminish Iran's nuclear efforts anyway.

"Dubowitz, CEO of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a Washington-based think-tank, said: "[Iran's] threats confirm that the Iranian regime never gave up on its atomic weapon ambitions. But it is still allowed to develop nuclear technology for civilian purposes, including energy production and scientific research.

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