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Outgoing US president, Barack Obama, declared the continuation of his country's national emergency against Iran, claiming that despite full commitment to its nuclear deal with the six world powers, the Islamic Republic still poses "an unusual and extraordinary threat" to the US.
An Iranian Parliament member says the US, particularly its new Congress, is trying to use Iran’s missile program as a new pretext for adopting further anti-Iran policies in the future.
As a reaction to the recent bill by the US Senate to extend Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), Iranian President has called for working on certain nuclear propulsion devices that are said to require a nuclear enrichment level way beyond the limits set by JCPOA, the text of Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers.
A supervisory committee tasked with monitoring the implementation of Iran’s nuclear agreement has ratified measures in response to a recent US Senate vote on a piece of anti-Iran legislation, denouncing the move as a breach of the accord.
Iran on Wednesday awarded a basic agreement to global energy giant Royal Dutch Shell to study three mega oil and gas projects – an agreement that was hailed in Tehran for not only its technical and economic benefits for Iran but also the political message that it sent to the world and specifically the United States.
A senior Iranian diplomat says the extension of the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) does not necessarily mean that the US government has violated its Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) commitments towards Iran yet.
Iranian President referred to the possible move by the United States to extend the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) as a violation of nuclear deal it signed with Iran, and vowed to retaliate.
Iranian lawmakers have condemned a US Senate vote to extend the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), urging the administration of President Hassan Rouhani to adopt proper counter-measures.