The UN security Council rejected the American Draft decision on extension of the arms embargo on Iran, said the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo.
The Head of the state Department criticized the prosecution of the UN security Council in an " inability to act decisively in the interests of protection of international peace and stability."
Pompeo also promised to continue working to prevent the "theocratic regime" bespripyatstvenno to sell and buy weapons that " threatens the heart of Europe, the Middle East and the world in General ".
According to the agreement, the Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD), permits the supply to Iran of weapons is temporary and will expire on October 18. US pushing for the extension of the embargo.
The project is rejected solutions proposed to the UN security Council to adopt a decision, According to which several provisions of the earlier adopted decisions 2231 (regulating the development AGREEMENT), regardless of the specified term of their action " will continue to be used until the security Council decides otherwise."
These provisions concern the introduction of a licensing procedure for the supply of military equipment to Iran. For example, it was expected that only with the approval of the UN security Council resolution Iran would be able to deliver or transfer any tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery systems of the big calibre, warplanes and helicopters, warships, missiles or missile systems or related materiel, including spare parts.
Rejected the resolution also proposed to make a perpetual (until the security Council decides otherwise) a provision requiring countries to impose restrictions on entry for persons who have violated regulations concerning the export of arms to Iran.
The head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation S. V. Lavrov had noted the lack of objective grounds to raise the question of the arms embargo on Iran. He pointed out that "the licensing order supplies" to Iran of military equipment were of a temporary nature - it was made to run achieved in 2015, arrangements that it is now irrelevant. As noted by the Head of the Ministry, the use of restrictions on arms supplies to Iran after the October 18, 2020, " never expected, and is neither legal or other reasons to reconsider this understanding."
Iran and the six international negotiators in July 2015 reached a historic agreement on the settlement of the longstanding problem of the Iranian atom. The months of dialogue ended with the adoption of a Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD), which is completely removed from Iran introduced before the economic and financial penalties from the UN security Council, US and EU. Agreement and among them provided that the arms embargo will be lifted against Iran for the past five years, the supply of arms possible before, but only with the permission of the UN security Council. The deal in its original form lived for three years in may 2018, the US said sole exit and the restoration of stringent penalties against Tehran.