Flash announcement on nuclear agreement with Iran from the UK

Flash announcement on nuclear agreement with Iran from the UK

Flash announcement on nuclear agreement with Iran from the UK

Two other U.S. officials, who also requested anonymity, said Trump's bellicose rhetoric on a number of fronts is troubling both many of his own aides and some of America's closest allies, a few of whom have asked USA officials privately if Trump's real objective is attacking Iran's nuclear facilities.

The U.S. administration has faced two 90-day certification deadlines to state whether Iran is meeting the conditions needed to continue enjoying sanctions relief under the deal and has both times backed away from a showdown.

Officials have also said there could be room to open a new negotiation for what happens once some of the core terms of the deal begin expiring in 2025, although there is no reason to believe Iran would be ready to enter in such a negotiation.

Top officials from Trump's national security team, including Defense Secretary James Mattis, have also confirmed that Iran has been technically compliant.

Signed by the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China, the European Union and Iran, the deal relieved sanctions on Tehran in exchange for giving up its nuclear weapons programme.

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The message these diplomats have gotten from administration officials is that they were "looking for a middle way" and didn't want to "kill the deal", one envoy said.

Conveying what Republicans are saying, the envoy said, "they want to avoid a crisis and they don't want to kill the agreement" and be saddled with the blame for that.

Several European allies have urged Trump not to nix the agreement, but instead to build on it, possibly addressing "sunset" provisions (by 2026, key nuclear restrictions lift on the accord).

Releasing a written statement, Johnson said nuclear treaty with Iran eliminated nuclear threat posed by this country. Engel, the top Democrat on the Foreign Affairs Committee, said unwinding the agreement would send a unsafe signal to allies and adversaries alike.

"Withholding certification would be a distraction from the real issues ... and it's playing with fire", Engel said, adding that the move would be viewed by Iran and countries around the world as the first step toward withdrawing from the deal.

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Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, was one of four Senate Democrats who opposed the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015.

After Trump made clear three months ago he would not certify Iran's compliance, his advisers moved to give him options to consider, a senior administration official said.

Trita Parsi, the president of the National Iranian American Council, echoed Sullivan's concerns. With many nations seemingly committed to at least trying to keep the deal going with or without U.S. involvement, they see pulling out as simply losing their seat at the table for enforcement of the pact.

"He's not going to re-certify", said Sebastian Gorka, a former Trump national security aide.

"It's different than tearing up the deal, if he in fact chooses to decertify, but it gives us the opportunity for something that's more ironclad, while dealing with the broader issues in the region", Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger of IL said on MSNBC Wednesday.

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News reported the White House briefed lawmakers Wednesday on the pending decision and those who left were convinced the Obama-era nuclear deal would get decertified. "We're going to be announcing that very shortly".

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