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As US President Donald Trump decides whether to reauthorize the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which he has long wanted to exit or renegotiate, Iranian authorities have announced they will be getting help with their nuclear program from China.
Axar.az reports citing sputniknews.com.
In January, Trump listed several ultimatums for Iran to meet in order to keep the United States in the deal his predecessor Barack Obama and other world leaders negotiated and agreed to. Trump called for increased inspections "at all sites requested by international inspectors" to ensure that "Iran never even comes close to possessing a nuclear weapon," as well as for the removal of the sunset clause that allows the deal's provisions to expire after a period of years.
The deal must be reauthorized by the US president every three months. In January, Trump said the next reauthorization would be his last of the deal in its current form.
European diplomats have told Reuters that the demands are almost certain to kill the deal.
Trump has kept a steady stream of Iran hawks flowing through the highest levels of his administration, despite the remarkable levels of turnover in the executive branch. During a brief stint as national security adviser, Mike Flynn made a rare appearance at the White House's normal daily briefing to announce Washington was putting Iran "on notice."
"The United States could do a thorough job of destruction, but Israel alone can do what's necessary. Such action should be combined with vigorous American support for Iran's opposition, aimed at regime change in Tehran," Bolton said.
2018.04.16 / 23:55