The g-7 announced support for the Iranian nuclear deal

The g-7 announced support for the Iranian nuclear deal

The g-7 announced support for the Iranian nuclear deal

 

The G7 States referred to Iran’s assistance to the “nuclear deal” and the IAEA’s role in the process.

 

“We are committed to providing a continuing guarantee this, in fact the nuclear programme of Iran remained the most peaceful in agreement with his promises under the agreement on non-proliferation of nuclear weapons and its promises for all-embracing Joint project actions (SVPD) did not find, not to develop and not to buy nuclear weapons. We do support the international atomic energy Agency (IAEA) in its necessary work on forecasting and verification aimed at ensuring Iran’s compliance with the JCPOA and other promises, covering warranty obligations,” — says the popular statement of the foreign Ministers of the “big seven”.

 

On July 14, 2015, Iran and the six international mediators (Russia, the USA, England, China, France, Germany) reached a historic agreement on the settlement of the long-standing difficulty of the Iranian atom: a Cooperative all-inclusive project of actions was adopted, the implementation of which removes from Iran the financial and monetary penalties imposed earlier by the UN security Council, the USA and the European Union.

 

The USA and the European Troika (Britain, France, Germany) made a group in January to work out a subsidiary agreement to deal with Iran. This work started when the President of the USA Donald trump in another extended the regime of selective lifting of punishments in front of Iran, but said that actually prepares it for the final time. Trump has repeatedly expressed outrage at the prisoner in the summer of 2015 in the deal and threatened to expire from it, in case if the contract will not work “fix”. As a deadline, he called on may 12, when he needed to become another one to extend the regime of lifting punishments.
The approval of the Ministers followed the ongoing negotiations between the USA and the European members of the CPA to change the agreement.

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