Trump Pushes Europe on Iran Deal, But May Kill Deal Either Way

Charlene Craig
March 24, 2018

However, shipments from Iran to the United States might be headed for choppy waters again as President Donald Trump is threatening to tear up the nuclear agreement with Iran when his mid-May deadline for a radical change of the accord arrives.

Shiite Iran and Sunni Saudi Arabia have a historic rivalry in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia has repeatedly called on Iran to stop its "meddling" in the affairs of the kingdom's neighbors, according to an INN report.

"We remain in the agreement, but we want our partners to understand that Iran is the source of chaos and confusion in the region", she said.

Trump, meeting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the White House on Tuesday, did not reveal what he planned to do.

"However, on humanitarian grounds, we said we will do whatever possible", said the Iranian official on condition of anonymity, adding that at the same meeting "Iran asked for the release of Iranians jailed" in the United States.

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"However, our exports to the U.S. over the years of 1395 and 1396 showed that those in the business of Iranian rugs managed to take back their market share from the rivals and continue to be the leaders of the global carpet business", Kargar said. He also wants new terms added onto the deal unilaterally: for some of its key provisions to be extended through USA mandate and for the West to demand greater access to Iran's military sites that once hosted nuclear weapons experimentation.

Hook reluctantly acknowledged that Iran is in "technical compliance" with the nuclear deal. "I wanted to break it or do something, and he felt a little bit differently".

Trump is facing a May 2018 deadline to recertify the Iran nuclear deal and signaled again March 20, 2018, that he is not afraid to pull the USA out of the agreement unless other signatories are willing to make major changes. I think this is very harmful for worldwide relations. "Everywhere you look, Iran is there".

First, Trump wants to penalize Iran for ballistic missiles, which were not part of the original deal.

In October, after President Donald Trump decided not to certify that Tehran is complying with the 2015 nuclear deal, Jubeir said Saudi Arabia supported Trump's policy on Iran.

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Some analysts reject this stance, arguing the expression of this expectation did not imply a commitment on Iran's part.

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif responded with a tweet that appeared to attack Trump and his visitor, the Saudi crown prince.

Iranian families inside and outside the country gather together to see in the new year. "He understands the economy of Saudi Arabia needs to evolve, needs to change if the nation is to survive".

President Serzh Sargsyan sent a congratulatory message to President Hassan Rouhani of the Islamic Republic of Iran on the spring holiday of Nowruz, wishing him robust health and fruitful activity, as well as peace and prosperity to the friendly people of Iran, President's Press Office reported.

European planemaker Airbus and its USA rival Boeing have agreed to sell 180 jets to renew the aging fleet of Iranian state carrier IranAir. "There's nobody that even comes close to us in terms of technology and the quality of the equipment, and Saudi Arabia appreciates that".

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