Iran Us Agreement 2015

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On November 4, 2019, Iran doubled the number of advanced centrifuges it operates. Iran also accumulates uranium at 4.5%; the agreement limits enrichment to 3.67%. [Citation required] On November 5, 2019, Iranian nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi announced that Iran would enrich uranium to 5% in the Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant, adding that it was able to enrich uranium to 20% if necessary. [378] United States The armed forces are called upon to act against Iran and "may be exposed to greater risk as a result of this agreement." He also claimed that the agreement could lead U.S. allies and partners to fateful decisions and lead to "increasing regional competition on security, new arms competitions, nuclear proliferation and possibly conflicts." [279] The committee`s top Democratic member, Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island, said congress was required to "independently confirm that the agreement will achieve our common goal of preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon" and that "the agreement, regardless of your position on it, is historic and, if scrupulously implemented, could serve as a strategic turning point in the world`s relations with Iran. for international non-proliferation efforts and for the political and security dynamics in the Middle East. [280] [281] The deal should guarantee that "Iran`s nuclear program will be exclusively peaceful." In exchange, he lifted the United Communities. Security Council and other sanctions, including in the areas of trade, technology, finance and energy. Iran`s Supreme Leader Khamenei issued a policy letter to President Rouhani ordering him to follow through on the deal. [343] [344] On June 21, 2015, Iran`s Parliament (Majlis) decided to establish a commission of inquiry into the JCPOA and wait at least 80 days before voting on it.

[345] Mohammad Javad Zarif, foreign minister, and Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Iran`s Atomic Energy Agency, defended the deal the same day in parliament. [345] Although Iran`s constitution gives parliament the right to denounce the deal, it has been reported that this outcome is unlikely. [345] According to the New York Times, "lawmakers decided to hold judgment until they knew whether the U.S. Congress approved the deal." [345] Regional United States. . . .