Iran will reassume the rest of the task of its suspended nuclear programme in reply to the pulling back of US from a benchmark 2015 nuclear deal but does not plan itself to dismiss the agreement,  the state-led news agency.

Mentioning a familiar source to an official commission which supervises the nuclear agreement,  reported by IRIB President Hassan Rouhani who would declare that Iran would decline few of its “ minor and general ” commitments under the deal on May 8 – literally, one year after US President Donald Trump declared the US withdrawal.

Eventually, the US President enforced again tough sanctions on Iran, involving its essential trading field oil exporting along with the described goal to reduce them to zero and Iran’s fasting economy.

According to the familiar source of IRIB, “ the Islamic Republic of Iran in reaction to the exit of America from the nuclear deal and the bad promises of European countries in carrying out their obligations will restart a part of the nuclear activities which were stopped under the framework of the nuclear deal”.

Equivalently, the semi-official News Agency of the Iranian Students reported that Iran will declare “reciprocal actions” to the US pulling back from the nuclear deal, citing “ knowledgeable sources”.

Few European Union leaders had been informed unofficially about the decision of Iran. The United States took action for forcing Iran to prevent mass production of less-enriched uranium and spreading its only nuclear power plant.

The US President, who was not present in the office while the nuclear deal was settled, told it was it was erroneous for the favor of Iran for doing nothing to control the ballistic missile programme or its backing of proxy forces in several wars in the Middle East.

According to Iran its development of ballistic missiles has no role with the nuclear activity and it is totally shielding in nature, and it’s backing for allies around the Middle East is not the part of the business of Washington.

Under the deal of 2015, Iran confined the capacity of its uranium enrichment programme largely seen as a  potential way to develop a nuclear weapon – in exchange for an enhancement of the international sanctions.

The UN nuclear investigators had allegedly checked Iranian consent with the accordance. Iran has declined ever following a nuclear weapons program.

The other members signed to the treaty are – France, Britain, Germany, European powers, China and Russia remain committed to it. The EU has been finding ways for the preservation of the financial benefits which had been claimed by Iran otherwise it could abandon the treaty.

The Trump administration is now positioning a carrier strike group and bombers to the Middle East in reply to concerning “indications and warnings” from Iran and to show the United States will counterattack along with “unrelenting force” to any attack, according to the US national security advisor John Bolton.

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