JCPOA - Iran Nuclear Deal

People Say JCPOA Had No Positive Effect on Iran’s Economy

Three quarters of Iranians believe that Iran’s economy didn’t improve after the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.

Iran’s President Challenged by Students’ Harsh Criticisms

In a ceremony to mark Student Day, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani met the students of University of Tehran and talked to them on various issues including freedom of speech, Trump’s election, and outcomes of nuclear deal.

US Not Empowered to Violate Nuclear Deal: Iran

Iran says the United States is not empowered to violate the nuclear agreement reached between the Islamic Republic and six world countries last year.

US Looking for Annulment of Nuclear Deal: Iranian MP

An outspoken Iranian lawmaker says the United States is looking for a way to put an end to the nuclear deal with Tehran, and Iran should beware not to fall into this trap.

Iran Reserves Right to Respond to US Extension of Bans Law: Nuclear Chief

Iran’s nuclear chief says the country reserves the right to retaliate as it sees fit against a move by the US Congress to extend the Iran Sanctions Act.

Iran’s Nuclear Chief Leaves Tehran for Vienna to Attend IAEA Summit

Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has left Tehran for the Austrian capital of Vienna to attend the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Nuclear Security meeting.

Iran’s Response to US Sanctions Will Be Shocking: IRGC General

If the US imposes new sanctions against Iran, it will be shocked by a more severe and decisive response, a senior IRGC general says.

Iran Can’t Unilaterally Breach JCPOA in Reaction to US Violation: Official

Political Deputy of Iranian President’s Office Hamid Aboutalebi says the US violation of nuclear deal with Iran cannot be unilaterally reciprocated as JCPOA is a multi-lateral commitment.
Mohammad Javad Zarif

Extension of Anti-Iran Sanctions Will Have No ‘Executive Effect’: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the extension of Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) in the US will have no “executive effect” and will merely be a sign of the US government’s unreliability.

Iran to Use Its ‘Own Methods’ in Reaction to JCPOA Violation: Deputy FM

If the US, or any other country, decides to disregard the nuclear deal with Tehran, then Iran will have to show appropriate reaction, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister says.

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