Tehran: Military Sites Inspections are Mere 'Dreams'

Posted August 31, 2017

Speaking in a Tuesday live interview with Iran's state TV, President Hassan Rouhani said the presence of Iranian pilgrims in this year's Hajj in Saudi Arabia is a good way to test the kingdom's conduct.

"I offer the Iran nonpaper now as a public service, since staff changes at the White House have made presenting it to President Trump impossible", Bolton wrote in National Review, which posted his blueprint for exiting the deal. The IAEA can request that a military facility be inspected if it has information that such an inspection is required.

"If it was up to me, I would have had them noncompliant 180 days ago", Trump told the Wall Street Journal on July 25. "I don't think the specifics are that pertinent".

"It is regulations that determine our relations with the IAEA, not United States pressure".

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley meets with IAEA director-general Yukiya Amano and other officials at the agency's Vienna headquarters on August 23, 2017.

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Tensions have risen between long-time foes Tehran and Washington since Trump entered the Oval Office, with each side accusing the other of not honouring the spirit of the nuclear accord.

"Unfreezing the assets was a huge gift by Obama to Iran and lifting the sanctions has enabled, particularly European countries, to make significant deals [with Tehran]", he said.

He explains how Trump already twice has certified Iran as being in compliance, but notes that before the second announcement, "Trump asked repeatedly for alternatives to acquiescing yet again in a policy he clearly abhorred". President Trump also needs to take into account the will of the Congress, where anti-JCPOA factions are strong. But this, he said, speaks to the overall lack of experienced diplomats in the administration.

"Unfortunately, the so-called sanctions part of this agreement is still in place", the senior diplomat added.

Things are about to get worse on the diplomatic front.

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The United States was joined by the three European powers, namely Germany, Britain and France, as well as Russian Federation and China, in brokering the landmark accord with Iran on July 14, 2015.

Still, Bunn was optimistic that Tillerson and Secretary of Defense James Mattis have tried to "open the door to potential negotiation" with North Korea.

Iran had boycotted Hajj in 2016 after deaths of more than two thousand Hajj pilgrims from different countries in Mina near Mecca.

The Vienna-based United Nations nuclear watchdog has true experts and professionals and has a very strong verification program in Iran.

That said, the deal is still a awful one for the United States, and it was never ratified by the Senate so it doens't have the legal force of a treaty.

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As for Bolton's plan, he proposes that the administration "announce that it is abrogating the JCPOA due to significant Iranian violations, Iran's unacceptable worldwide conduct more broadly, and because the JCPOA threatens American national-security interests".