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Iran’s Rouhani pledges’crushing response’ in Case U.S. Moves arms embargo

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani jeopardized a”crushing response” on Wednesday when the United States goes forward with plans to expand an embargo on Iranian commerce of arms, which the United Nations is set to lift after this season.

The USA, which left the bargain in 2018, states it needs to expand the embargo.

At a speech on Wednesday, Rouhani replicated Iran’s longstanding criticism of Washington’s decision to depart the nuclear bargain, which he called a”dumb mistake”.

“If America wants to come back to the bargain, it must lift all the sanctions on Tehran and compensate for the reimposition of sanctions,” explained Rouhani, a pragmatist whose rhetoric involving the USA is often more measured than that of several officials. “Iran provides a crushing response if the arms embargo on Tehran is prolonged,” Rouhani added.

Iran has slowly rolled back its responsibilities under the accord in reaction to the U.S. choice to stop, however, it says it needs the agreement to stay in place. It’s hailed European parties into the deal for failing to salvage the pact by protecting its market from U.S. sanctions.

“Iran’s atomic steps are reversible if other parties to the agreement fulfill their duties and maintain Tehran’s interests under the pact,” Rouhani said.