Iran Issues [Another] Warning: U.S. Cannot ‘Expect to Stay Safe’

US hits Iran with new sanctions; petrochemicals targeted

Iran urges Europe to normalise economic ties with it despite US sanctions - or face consequences

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Sunday called for European leaders to normalize trade ties with the Islamic Republic under the existing nuclear agreement despite USA sanctions, or their commitments will not be met. July, China, Russia, Germany, France and the United Kingdom to ensure the agreement promised economic benefits for Iran and the U.S. sanctions in order to neutralize it.

"We have not seen any serious measures taken by the Europeans in the past year despite their fairly good political stance", Rouhani said.

Last month, Tehran announced it was suspending several commitments under the nuclear deal, and threatened to step up uranium enrichment if European countries did not act to protect it from the effects of the USA sanctions.

In his regular update to the International Atomic Energy Agency's board of governors on Monday, Yukiya Amano said he's "worried about increasing tensions over the Iran nuclear issue", adding it's "essential that Iran fully implements its nuclear-related commitments".

Maas called Iran's ballistic missile program problematic during a visit to the United Arab Emirates on June 9.

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Maas also said that he would stress his concerns about Iranian activity in Syria and Yemen. That's the root of the current tensions with Iran.

In turn, China, France, Germany, Iran, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the European Union criticized Washington for its unilateral withdrawal from the agreement and the decision not to extend waivers for nuclear non-proliferation projects.

Washington says the nuclear deal should be expanded to cover other issues including Iran's missile program and its role in wars in the region.

But he added: "We do not want Iran to have nuclear weapons".

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Maas earlier said the payment system, known as Instex, will soon be ready to go after months of work.

Though Zarif made a point to shake Maas' hands before the cameras, his comments marked a sharp departure for the US -educated diplomat who helped secure the nuclear deal, alongside the relatively moderate President Hassan Rouhani.

Iran insists that its nuclear activities are entirely peaceful, and has repeatedly refused to discuss its missile programme. Did we support al-Qaida?

What Abe will be able to accomplish is unclear, but the prime minister, whose nation relies heavily on Mideast crude oil to power its economy, already has acknowledged the challenge. Under the atomic accord, Iran has been limited to operating 5,060 older models of IR-1 centrifuges. His visit is a consorted effort to keep Iran from reinitiating the process of high-grade uranium enrichment which Iran had threatened to undergo in 60 days if Europe failed to protect its economic interests.

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