A US State Department spokesman said four restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program were imposed on Iran’s nuclear exemptions, Sputnik reported.
“Continuous expansion of Iran’s nuclear activities is unacceptable,” Morgan Ortags said in a statement.
As President Trump said earlier this year, Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon. We will continue to use our wide range of diplomatic and economic tools to limit the destabilizing activities of Iran’s nuclear proliferation.
Monitoring of all developments in Iran’s nuclear program will continue. We can set these restrictions at any time. “
According to the statement, the sanctions allow Russian, European and Chinese companies to continue operating in Iran’s civilian nuclear facilities without US sanctions.
However, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo described the extension as a continuation of restrictions on Iranian nuclear activity, and the newspaper said the United States has not yet terminated parts of the nuclear deal.
The exemptions come as the United States did not reduce its economic terrorism against the Iranian people in the wake of the spread of the Corona virus in the world and Iran, and sanctioned 15 individuals and five affiliated entities last week. At the international level, there have been numerous attempts to end US unilateral sanctions against Iran.
Following the United States’ unilateral withdrawal from the UN Security Council resolution, the Islamic Republic of Iran, in five steps, has reduced its commitments and emphasized that if the Europeans can fulfill their obligations under this agreement, the reduction will be reversible. .
Following the intensification of the US government’s anti-Iranian stances and Europe’s failure to deliver on its promises and commitments, the Supreme National Security Council of Iran issued a statement addressing the member states on the occasion of the anniversary of the US withdrawal from Iran, in order to safeguard security and The national interests of the Iranian people, and in the exercise of their rights under Articles 26 and 36 of the Brjam, halt some of their actions in the Brjam Agreement.