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Iran's Khamenei Warns Against 'Wrong Move' On Nuclear Deal

17 September 2017, 06:52 | Erica Roy

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Iran leader Khamenei warns against US 'wrong move' on nuclear deal

Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei responded Sunday to US President Donald Trump's claim about Tehran violating the nuclear deal's "spirit".

"All the wrong steps by the domineering regime regarding the JCPOA will lead to a corresponding reaction from the Islamic Republic", Khamenei said, as quoted by the Islamic Republic News Agency.

"The Iranian nation has stood strongly and any wrong move by the arrogance [sic] system in the issue of the nuclear deal will be confronted by the Islamic Republic's reaction", Khamenei said while addressing the graduation ceremony of the Law Enforcement Police cadets in Tehran on Sunday, Iran's Fars News reported.

The Leader of the Revolution went on to say: Today we witness, despite all the contracts, deals, and multiple talks regarding the JCPOA, the attitudes of the U.S. towards the negotiations and their outcomes are totally oppressive, hounding, and cruel.

Trump, who must make a decision by mid-October, said Iran was violating "the spirit" of the deal under which it got sanctions relief in return for curbing its nuclear programme.


Trump is expected to recertify Iran's compliance to the deal before October 15 as required by the US law.

During his trip, Rouhani will deliver a speech at the UN General Assembly and will urge the United States to abide by its commitments to the nuclear deal reached in 2015.

On Saturday, Rouhani urged the European Union to press the United States to abide by its commitments to the nuclear deal reached in 2015, Tehran Times daily reported.

"It is not an agreement between two countries - it is a commitment undertaken by the entire global community on one side and Iran on the other, supported by a resolution of the UN Security Council", she said.

Washington last week extended some sanctions relief that was granted under the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers under which Iran has significantly limited its controversial nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief.



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