Iran’s UN ambassador has rejected a U.S. claim of policy change towards the 2015 multilateral nuclear deal, saying Washington is still pushing ahead with the so-called “maximum pressure” campaign against Tehran.
A short search in the internet and monitoring all actions of former U.S. President Donald Trump during his four years in office, from the standpoint of the U.S. Republicans and also actions during the past three months of the White House with its new resident President Joe Biden from the standpoint of Democrats which have been taken against People's Republic of China, indicates the reactions of the U.S. Administrations regarding these reports which have been prepared and handed over to the executive bodies by the U.S. Department of State, all intelligence offices, think-tanks and existing data banks in the country either secretly or openly for provoking politicians against China.
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With the termination of the UN arms restrictions, Iran’s arms trade with the world needs no prior consent from the United Nations Security Council.
The remaining signatories to a 2015 Iran nuclear deal say they will do everything possible to preserve
The UN Security Council will hold a high-level summit during the annual meeting of world leaders at the General Assembly later this month to discuss security threats in the world after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
Iran says the overwhelming consensus among members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) against the U.S.’s push to reinstate all anti-Iran UN sanctions proves Washington’s isolation once again.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Sunday that the United States’ push to reinstate all UN sanctions on Iran will fail.
An upcoming visit this week by the head of the UN’s atomic watchdog agency to Tehran has nothing to do with a US push to impose so-called “snapback” sanctions on Iran.
After the U.S. suffered an international failure and backlash and its proposed resolution on Iran arms embargo at the UNSC unanimously rejected and only a pint-size country, Dominican Republic, supported it, the U.S. is striving to save its face.