UN Iran has threatened to block tests by the nuclear company IAEA. The State Department says a turning point in the conflict with the United States over Iran’s nuclear program must be made by the end of this month.
Washington and Tehran have been embroiled in years of conflict over the 2015 nuclear deal, which is to ensure Iran has access to nuclear weapons. The Iranians promised to reduce their nuclear program in exchange for easing international sanctions. Former US President Donald Trump thought it was a bad deal. He withdrew his country and again imposed severe punitive measures.
Incumbent President Joe Biden wants to reverse Trump’s decision, but it will take some. As the US re-imposed sanctions, Iran decided to abide by some of the agreements from the nuclear deal. Tehran demands that those punitive measures be removed first. Washington demands that the Iranians take the first step and stick to the agreement again.
Iran is now threatening to further reduce its compliance with the agreement. UN The ministry warned that analysts could withdraw contracts related to access to nuclear power plants. It demanded that the nuclear deal be implemented by the end of February, as agreed in the agreement.
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