Trump 'Decided' on Iran Nuclear Deal

Trump 'Decided' on Iran Nuclear Deal

New York- US President Donald Trump said Wednesday he has reached a decision on whether to recertify Iran's compliance with an international deal to curb its nuclear program.

President Trump teased reporters on the fate of the Iran nuclear deal on Wednesday morning, repeatedly telling them, "I have decided", but refusing to say what his call actually is.

"They have complied with some details of the agreement but, they have not given inspectors access to military sites, and we don't know what they are doing there".

The president denounced the agreement at the U.N. General Assembly Tuesday, saying the deal is an embarrassment to the U.S.

The editorial follows Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's comment on state radio on Thursday that recent tensions on the Korean Peninsula underlined the importance of the Iranian nuclear deal, Reuters reported. But Trump's administration has warned that Iran is not meeting the "expectations" of the agreement.

"In America, the people govern, the people rule and the people are sovereign", he stated, citing that he was elected to serve the people of his country. He said the action "was a somewhat unexpected move and we appreciate it". Iran has vowed it will not renegotiate the JCPOA.

"The Iran deal and US law are two separate things", Haley added.

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Officials on the letter include General William G. Boykin, former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence under President George W. Bush; Ambassador Hank Cooper, former Chief U.S. Negotiator for Defense and Space Policy under President Reagan; Ambassador Robert Joseph, former Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security under George W. Bush; and Douglas Feith, former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy under George W. Bush.

The Iran nuclear deal has to be recertified by Trump in October.

On the other hand, the foreign minister of North Korea already dismissed Trump's remarks.

It affirms the need to strengthen its program to create a balance with the other countries of the region, notably saudi Arabia and Israel, which buy billions of dollars of weapons to the western countries.

The latest bitter tit-for-tat at the U.N. lectern shows how U.S. -Iranian relations remain as estranged as ever, with both sides leveling angry charges.

Germany welcomes the sanctions adopted by the UN Security Council and is calling for their swift implementation at European level, he said, adding that the European Union has intentions to impose its own sanctions.