China vows to 'safeguard' Iran nuclear deal

China vows to 'safeguard' Iran nuclear deal

Menendez needed no convincing to oppose the deal, but agreed with Booker that the US was better off with a flawed agreement that could be tightened down the road.

The split was evident in the minutes following Trump's announcement, when leaders had responses at the ready.

"Israel fully supports President Trump's bold decision today to reject the disastrous nuclear deal with the terrorist regime in Tehran".

On Tuesday night, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani said he would send foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the countries still in the deal - China, France, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom. In parliament, lawmakers burned a flag as well as a copy of the deal. France, Britain and Germany jointly pleaded with Trump to do his best not to harm the deal, called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, even while leaving it. Should Iranian oil go off the market, things will only get tighter. "He lied maybe up to 10 times and he threatened the state and the nation".

A White House official said it was possible Mr Trump would end up with a decision that "is not a full pullout", but was unable to describe what that might look like. The U.S. exit from the deal throws billions of dollars of planned European investments into disarray.

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Certain exemptions and waivers can be negotiated, but the USA did not say what products or countries might qualify. "If we accept these they will come up with something else".

The other signatories to the 2015 deal - Russian Federation and China - have also stressed their continuing support.

After the flag burning, parliament speaker Ali Larijani said responsibility for saving the deal fell on the European Union and other world powers still in the accord.

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City A.M. understands a number of options are on the table as the bloc - which is Iran's third biggest trading partner after China and the UAE - seeks to maintain the deal while also safeguarding European firms who may find themselves in violation of United States law. The U.S. domestic trade embargo on Iran had continued. "The withdrawal of America is a good omen", said Major General Mohamad Ali Jafari, commander of the Guards Corps according to the semi-official Fars News Agency. For them, the USA can not be trusted and respects only strength.

Iran increased oil production 1 million barrels per day after sanctions were lifted in 2016. Iran's economic progress will continue.

Israel and Saudi Arabia supported Trump's decision.

Mr Rouhani assured ordinary Iranians, frustrated by high unemployment and stagnant living standards, that Mr Trump's decision would have no impact on Iran's oil-reliant economy.

Former CIA director John Brennan said Trump's move "gave North Korea more reason to keep its nukes". "Before the deal the world and the US were united against Iran".

Why did the U.S. withdraw? The nuclear deal is not an worldwide treaty.

Mr Trump complained that the deal, the signature foreign policy achievement of his Democratic predecessor, Barack Obama, did not address Iran's ballistic missile program, its nuclear activities beyond 2025 or its role in conflicts in Yemen and Syria. As a result, the prospect of military confrontation is greater. U.S. Sen. Cory Booker joined most other Senate Democrats in supporting it. "Until implementation of this decision, we will wait for some weeks and will talk with our friends and allies and other signatories of the nuclear deal, who signed it and who will remain loyal to it".

More than 200 jets were a part of the deals.

Since the deal was signed in 2015, the IAEA has consistently confirmed that Iran is complying, while the Trump administration has also repeatedly verified Iran's compliance. Colbert said. "It's like saying, 'Well, Billy, this hamster is eventually gonna die in a couple of years, so we might as well flush Mr. Fluffers down the toilet now'". The move sparked reactions from many and sparked a debate about Trump's decision. "It takes one madman to nix what took 40 wisemen to fix", he quoted, adding, "Now the power is in the hands of madmen". "With enough power you can ride over all the laws", he said.

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