Tehran, Iran (AB) – Of Iran U.S. television reported on Sunday that the Supreme Court had called for the lifting of all sanctions on Iran if it was to comply with its obligations under the nuclear deal with world powers. Joe Biden Inaugurated.
State television quoted Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying, “If the United States wants Iran to return to its duties, it must remove practically all sanctions, and then we will verify … and then we will return to our duties.”
Former President Donald Trump Iran unilaterally withdrew from the United States in 2018 from the nuclear deal Iran agreed to limit uranium enrichment in exchange for lifting sanctions. Biden has said he seeks to renew the deal, but insisted that Iran first modify its nuclear program, which has created competition of choice between the countries.
“This is the firm and unchanging policy of the Islamic Republic, and all the authorities in the country are unanimous on this, and no one will deviate from it,” Khamenei added on Sunday, reiterating the previous comments by Iranian leaders that the United States should ease its sanctions. Before Iran reconciled.
The 81-year-old supreme leader has the final say in all matters of government in Iran and approved efforts to reach a nuclear deal in 2015.
In response to Trump’s “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran, the country has gradually begun to violate its nuclear obligations, threatening further provocations in an attempt to increase its power, and to remove Trump’s legacy of making it a priority to return to the deal when he goes to Biden. Biden has signed a series of administrative actions that will change the course of action on a variety of issues, including climate change and immigration.
Following the assassination of an Iranian scientist last December, he is credited with spearheading the country’s dismantled military nuclear program, with Iran’s parliament approving a law banning international nuclear analysts later this month – a serious breach of the treaty.
Iran has begun enriching uranium close to weapon-quality levels, and has said it will test uranium with metals, a key component of its nuclear arsenal. The country has announced its moves and stressed that all violations of the agreement are easily reversible. Tehran says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes only.