Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif late on Wednesday slammed US House of Representatives for its anti-Iran resolution in support of recent unrests in the country, reiterating "US words have no weight with anybody including the Iranian nation".
The U.S. Congress requires the president to decide periodically whether to certify Iran's compliance with the deal and issue a waiver to allow U.S sanctions on Iran to remain suspended. "You either waive the sanctions or you don't and if you don't you're in breach", an anonymous official said.
French officials have said they will consider sanctions if Iran pushes ahead with its missile programme.
Iran warns to reactivate nuclear program upon further U.S. sanctions
He went on to add, "Salehi told Amano that under such conditions, the Agency should be prepared for decreased cooperation from Iran if the U.S. government violates the nuclear deal". According to the Iranian authorities, majority have since been released.
The Iranian said there was a "strong consensus in Brussels today" that Iran was complying with the deal and that "any move that undermines (the agreement) is unacceptable".
"The deal is working ... keeping Iran's nuclear program in check", Mogherini said at a press conference. Iran is playing a destabilizing role in the region that has intensified since the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Zarif referred to Trump's policies as "unpredictable", turning the United States into an "unreliable" ally.
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While the sale of the embassy was made under Obama's watch, the decision to relocate the embassy was made under George W. Trump's secretary of state, former Exxon Mobil boss Rex Tillerson , will come to open the USA embassy in his place.
Tehran has the capability to increase its uranium-enriching capacity, the country's atomic energy agency said, noting that the government will perform the "necessary actions" if the United States re-imposes sanctions on the country's oil exports. Jack Straw, a former British foreign secretary, who returned from a trip to Tehran earlier this week, conceded the leadership appeared rattled.
What does Mr Trump want to change?Instead, the regime has arrested over one thousand people for peacefully objecting to its policies and killed at least 22.
On Friday, Mr Trump is set to decide whether to extend relief for Iran from some USA economic sanctions.
The Trump administration has already increased sanctions on Iran, unrelated to the nuclear agreement, for its missile program, terrorism financing and other destabilizing activities around the region.
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"The US will definitely regret exiting the JCPOA, and will incur much more losses than Iran, the official warned, saying Washington would wonder what a detailed plan Iran has made", Takht-Ravanchi reportedly told Iran's state-run IRNA, according to Iran's Tasnim news agency.
European powers have urged the USA not to abandon the 2015 agreement with Iran that limits its nuclear programme, saying it is making the world safer.
The meeting comes amid continued uncertainty on the Trump's administration's plans regarding the global agreement.
Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a mother-of-one, was arrested in 2016 during a holiday visit to show her baby daughter Gabriella to her parents.
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The advisory further suggested that Americans desiring to visit India must not travel alone, particularly if they were women. Placing India on Level 2, the State Department identified "crime and terrorism" for Americans to exercise increased caution.