Khamenei does not believe more in nuclear deal

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The Iranian supreme leader ayatollah Ali Khamenei says that his government no hope should cherish that Europe is the nuclear deal could save US the plug has pulled.

‘There is no problem to relations with Europe or further negotiate’, says Khamenei, ” but the hope of something like a nuclear deal, we can store it.’ He would that, according to his website, said in a meeting with president Hassan Rouhani and other government officials.

“A nuclear agreement is a means, not an end’, showed Khamenei on his website yet understood. “If we come to the conclusion that such an agreement our interests should not, then we say it.’

The nuclear agreement of 2015 in the gradual removal of economic sanctions against Iran in return for scaling back its nuclear program. But the American president Donald Trump drew in may, however the plug out of that Iran-deal, and announced economic sanctions. The Iranian president Rouhani, who is more moderate, left then quickly understand that the agreement still wanted to save with the other signatories: China, Russia, Germany, France and the United Kingdom. The statements of Khamenei, and to underline, however, that Iran does not intend its nuclear program just to the trash to refer to.

‘Time is running out’

Today, Iran has for the International Court of Justice in The Hague also slotpleidooi held in a case in which the country filed to demand that the U.s. economic sanctions to be abolished. ‘Time is running out for Iran”, said Mohsen Mohebi, that the pleadings leads for Tehran, Wednesday. “Millions of people have severely suffered from the sanctions of the United States.’

According to the united states are those sanctions necessary to international security. According to the counterparty, however, serious violations of the treaty that both countries have locks in 1955. That text provides for friendly relations and good commercial ties between the U.S. and Iran.

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