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'If Europe won't fix Iran deal, United States will nix agreement'

13 March 2018, 10:01 | Glen Norman

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Binyamin Netanyahu

According to a report at the Axios news website, Israeli officials said Trump told Netanyahu during their White House meeting that he was demanding "significant changes" to the deal, but that so far, Germany, France and the United Kingdom have only offered "cosmetic changes".

Trump, who has termed the accord "the worst deal ever", has demanded that the agreement's so-called "sunset clause" be removed, that a ban on ballistic missile testing be added, and that it outline a framework for increased inspection access to Iran's military sites.

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In a commentary published by Reuters on Monday, it is said that if the USA withdraws from the 2015 nuclear deal, Europe could work with other global powers to keep the agreement alive. But make no mistake about it: This is their last chance.

As Tillerson was replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo, a vocal opponent of the JCPOA, Votel warned that a breakdown of the deal would mean the US needed to find another solution to address accusations that Iran was planning to build nuclear weapons, charges that Tehran has vehemently denied.

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In his speech, Pence echoed Trump's description of the deal as "disastrous". Moreover, I remind you that Iran declares, on an nearly daily basis - including recently, its intention to wipe out the State of Israel.

In a statement on January 12, U.S. President Donald Trump gave Europeans only 120 days to agree to an overhaul of the nuclear agreement and said if the text of the deal is not revised he would unilaterally withdraw the U.S. from it.

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"Many countries in the West Asia are saying that they are also allowed to enrich uranium if Iran is allowed to do so; therefore, the way to prevent this danger, the nuclearisation of the West Asia, is to either thoroughly correct the agreement or abrogate it", he said.



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