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Iranian foreign ministry: The extension of sanctions against Iran by USA violates the nuclear deal



The official Iranian Foreign Minister representative Bahram Ghasemi has stated that US decision to extend sanctions against Teheran violates the agreement on Iran nuclear program, according to Reuters.



02.Dec.16 2:51 AM
By Anna Tuzova
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Iranian foreign ministry: The extension of sanctions against Iran by USA violates the nuclear deal
The official Iranian Foreign Minister representative Bahram Ghasemi has stated that US decision to extend sanctions against Teheran violates the agreement on Iran nuclear program, according to Reuters.

On the meeting of the US Senate on Thursday by a majority vote the bill extending sanctions agains Iran for a further 10 years has been adopted. It is expected that the document will be signed by Barak Obama before he relinquishes his post as President on January 2017. The bill has been almost unanimously supported by US House of Representatives earlier, after which the head and Ayatollah of Iran Ali Khamenei warned the US administrations of the retaliatory measures from Iran in case of extending of sanctions.

On Friday Bahram Ghasemi has said that they would report on the decision to the Iran committee which monitors the implementation of the deal.

To be reminded, Iran and the "Group of six" international intermediaries have reached an agreement on settlement of the Iran nuclear problem on Jule 2015. They have adopted a collaborative comprehensive plan of actions, in case of its implementation, sanctions imposed by the United Countries Security Council and USA are lifted. IAEA stated, that Teheran proceeds in accordance with their commitments. 



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