Published: Mon, March 19, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Talks On Iran Nuclear Deal Amid Questions On US Commitment

Talks On Iran Nuclear Deal Amid Questions On US Commitment

Changes are expected by May 12 - the next deadline for Trump to waive sanctions against Iran and the date he has set for United States allies to make changes to the Joint Commission Plan of Action, as the Iran deal is formally known, to address what he sees as its flaws.

The two sides would talk about the removal of sanctions on Iran as well as the examples of violations of the deal by Washington. The Trump administration at that time not only called for new sanctions on Iran over its "maligning" regional behavior and ballistic missile program, but also a reopening of the nuclear deal itself - and a unilateral extension of its most controversial terms, beyond several key expiration dates set to arrive in 10 to 15 years.

The news came as the signatories to the deal attended a regular meeting aimed at reviewing the implementation of the agreement, which is also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Trump, who has long criticized the nuclear deal, it out on Tuesday as one of the main areas in which he had differences with Tillerson. He added that without the full commitment of the US and all parties, it is not possible to imagine the survival of the agreement.

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The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee told host Margaret Brennan he "doesn't feel like it's going to be extended", barring some sort of agreement European officials may be able to create in the coming weeks and convince Trump to support.

The document reportedly spoke of "intensive talks" with Washington to "achieve a clear and lasting reaffirmation of USA support for the agreement beyond May 12", according to Reuters. Senior Iranian officials have repeatedly said their missile programme is not up for negotiation.

European states are considering imposing new sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile program and involvement in Syria.

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Corker's remarks echoed those of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who told members of his cabinet a week ago that Trump would walk away from the deal in May, Channel 10 reported. On May 12, Trump is expected to extend the waivers of the economic sanctions imposed on Iran.

European Union foreign ministers will discuss the proposal at a closed-door meeting on Monday in Brussels, diplomats said.

Trump had taken to Twitter to share the development, saying: "Mike Pompeo, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, will become our new Secretary of State". The JCPOA is the formal name of the nuclear deal.

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The representatives of the US, Russia, China, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Iran met in Vienna on Friday.

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