US sanctions to restore suspended, under Obama, Iran deal

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The former Connecticut senator and President of United Against Nuclear Iran, praises President trump to pull the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal, hopes the re-imposition of sanctions to force Tehran back to the negotiating table.

The U.S. on Monday will again be major sanctions against Iran, had been exposed to Ex-President Barack Obama’s 2015 nuclear deal threatens to unravel, the Islamic country’s already troubled economy.

Thousands protested across Iran throughout the weekend, as rising unemployment and poverty prompted to tire the protesters torch police vehicles and burning. At least one person was shot and killed in the protests, where some chanted: “Mullahs are lost!” and “death to the dictator!” Fars news agency reported.

More strong U.S. sanctions against Iran’s banking and energy sectors are scheduled to enter into force in November, including restrictions on Iran’s oil industry, could be an important source of hard currency cut off. The sanctions will be re-mounting target imposed on Iranian trade in automobiles, gold and other important metals.

President Trump formally withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal in may, after correcting it repeatedly as a “horrible” arrangement, the anti-enriched-American Islamic state, without sufficient warranty, it would never have nuclear weapons produce.

The White house has said, his goal is a new agreement, that would be a radical transformation of the policy towards Iran, including its military support for the Syrian government and the regional militant groups, two questions that do not deal under the year 2015.

Trump has stated, obviously, exploit: Iran’s economy has deteriorated in recent months due in large part to the uncertainty over the Iran deal. The Iranian rial has 99,000 US dollar fell-despite a government-imposed rate of 44,000.

Iran, and it is the economy, it is very bad, and fast! I get to meet, or not meet, it does not matter – it is up to you!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 4. August 2018

The President highighted in the country fight on Twitter this week when he confirmed that he would be willing to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

“Iran, and the economy is very bad, and fast!” Trump wrote. “I’m going to meet, or not meet, it doesn’t matter – it’s up to you!”


Seen on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures”, the former Connecticut Joe Lieberman, who has long criticized Obama’s Iran deal, sen a “very important day said on the Monday and a day, I don’t think that would happen.”

Lieberman added that Trump the bargaining position of the sound.

“I give credit to President Trump on this, for us, getting out of the agreement,” Lieberman said. “Hopefully the Iranians will take it back to the negotiating table. … The regime in Tehran has a lot of problems. The economy is in the Tank.”

Iran negotiates with the other world powers, the parties to the deal — China, Russia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the European Union — in an attempt to save it with new incentives.

Meanwhile, tensions remain high. The Land of the powerful revolutionary guards on Sunday acknowledged the execution of the last naval exercises in the vicinity of the vital Strait of Hormuz after the renewal of threats to cut off the waterway to oil and currency traders.

The nuclear deal lifted the international sanctions in return for Iran’s limiting of its nuclear program and allows regular inspections. U. N. inspectors said Iran has been compliance with the offer.


Iran “has treated his people very poorly, and that led to terror. You are the world’s largest state sponsor of terror. That is, to try what America is to stop Iran. This is the behavior change we seek is that of the Iranian regime,” Secretary of state Mike Pompeo told Metro TV in Jakarta.

“The President has always said he is ready to talk, but it is important that Iran has undertaken to change its ways in order to prove for these discussions, of any value,” he added.

Iran acquired five new ATR72-600 commercial planes on Sunday, represent perhaps the last performance of the nuclear business.

Iran hopes that lifting sanctions would allow it to replace your obsolete commercial airline fleet, but the U.S. withdrawal stopped-billion-dollar deals with Airbus and Boeing. European countries, together with Russia and China, furthermore, the nuclear deal, but the European companies are unlikely to risk U.S. sanctions with Iran to do business.

The United States has to stop a long time, his allies, their imports of Iranian oil before the November deadline. Among the top importers of Iranian oil China, India, Turkey and South Korea.

Rouhani has proposed that Iran could block the Strait of Hormuz, in response to a shutdown of its oil exports The Strait at the mouth of the Persian Gulf is significant for the global energy to be running around a third of all oil supplies traded on the sea.

Iran’s Navy and the paramilitary revolutionary guards routinely seaborne exercises in the Gulf and the road. U.S. officials last week said that Iran carried out a similar exercise, when Tehran confirmed immediately.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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