The 1968 NPT has been the foundation of global nuclear arms control since the Cold War, including a 2015 deal Iran signed with world powers that offered it access to global trade in return for accepting curbs to its atomic program.Full Story
Unrest resumed last week, after a lull of several weeks, following the U.S. killing of Iranian Major-General Qassem Soleimani and an Iraqi paramilitary chief in Baghdad this month.Full Story
“If Ghaani follows the same path of killing Americans then he will meet the same fate,” U.S. envoy Brian Hook told the Arabic-language daily Asharq al-Awsat.
“I am concerned that we have yet to see a unified and resolute stance against the most anti-Semitic regime on the planet - a regime that openly seeks to develop nuclear weapons and annihilate the one and only Jewish state,” Netanyahu said.
"We think that Iran needs to end its malign behavior and sit down with the United States and negotiate an agreement that deals not only with the nuclear issue but also with the other issues that concern us like the ballistic missile proliferation and development and the malign activities around the world."
“If the Europeans continue their improper behavior or send Iran’s file to the Security Council, we will withdraw from the NPT,” Iran's Foreign Minister said.
The Venezuelan diplomat conducted this official visit to strengthen bilateral relations between the Bolivarian Republic and Iran.
“They agreed on the importance of de-escalation and of working with international partners to find a diplomatic way through the current tensions” British PM office said.
The Iran will no longer meet the limits set forth in the pact on the amount of uranium enrichment centrifuges that it could use and stressed that it will return to fulfill the nuclear agreement only on the condition that the US lift the sanctions against their nation.
Since Qassem Soleimani's assassination, Iraq has been turned into a battlefield for the regional ambitions of the United States and Iran.
Iran welcomes any constructive measure which aims at saving the 2015 nuclear deal, said Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesperson.