The administration of the trump amping up the rhetoric against Iran, saying that an international deal to curb Tehran's nuclear program have failed and that Iran remains "the leading sponsor of terrorism in the world."
The nuclear agreement forged by the Obama administration and its allies, "completely ignored all the other serious threats posed by Iran," Clinton said Rex Tillerson. Tillerson is required by law to report regularly to the Congress about the commitment of the Tehran deal - confirmed that Iran complies with the Covenant limiting its nuclear program. However, he spoke of the "alarming and constant provocations of Iran exporting terror and violence. If Iran becomes uncontrolled, it can go the same path as North Korea.
The administration of the trump warned that a deal with Iran may reconsider nuclear deal reached between the US, EU partners, Russia and China. But, despite the rhetoric, diplomats and analysts say they do not expect that the administration refuses to deal, the aim of which is to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Although Tillerson confirmed on Monday that Iran adheres to the terms of the nuclear deal, he announced that the United States will check whether it is correct to lift the sanctions against Iran. Re-imposition of sanctions would violate the terms of the transaction, organized by former U.S. President Barack Obama, along with Russia, China and the EU.
In recent days, administration officials have made it clear that they are very focused on Iran. Press Secretary of the White house described this attention as a sign that trump believes that there are problems with the transaction.
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