Iran Breaks Agreement

Iran Breaks Agreement

When announcing the withdrawal, Trump objected to the deal not attacking Iran`s ballistic program or its proxy wars in the region, saying the sunset provisions would allow Iran to pursue a bomb in the future. A body known as the Joint Commission, made up of representatives from all parties to the negotiations, oversees the implementation of the agreement. Under the chairmanship of Federica Mogherini, the EU`s foreign policy chief, it is responsible for dispute resolution and the vote of a majority of its members can allow IAEA inspectors to access unreported websites they consider suspicious. The panel also oversees the transmission of nuclear or dual-use materials. To trigger the mechanism, European states informed the European Union, the guarantor of the agreement. The EU`s foreign policy chief, Joseph Borrell, said the aim was not to restore sanctions, but to ensure compliance. Iran has accused the United States of failing to live up to its commitments and Europe has accused itself of American unilateralism. To keep the nuclear deal alive, France, Germany and the United Kingdom have set up an exchange system called INSTEX to facilitate transactions with Iran outside the US banking system, but it is only intended for food and medicine already exempt from US sanctions. October 4, 2015: A panel of Iranian lawmakers reviewing the JCPOA publishes their assessment of the agreement. The published report states that the agreement contains certain security threats, such as the ability of inspectors to access military sites.

B, but should continue to continue. February 26, 2016: The IAEA releases its first quarterly report on Iran`s nuclear activities after implementation. The report notes that Iran is meeting its nuclear obligations, although it has slightly exceeded the ceiling on heavy water supplies authorized by the agreement. The IAEA notes that Iran had 130.9 tonnes of water, slightly above the 130-tonne limit set by the agreement, but delivered 20 tonnes on 24 February to remain below the limit. 18-24 November 2014: Iran and the P5-1 meet in Vienna to continue negotiations for a comprehensive agreement. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will attend the November 20 talks. French Foreign Minister Fabiusu, British Foreign Minister Hammond and German Foreign Minister Steinmeier will attend the November talks.

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