Nuclear ambitions were shattered by the (NCRI) and the (PMOI / MEK Iran).
The Iranian regime’s foreign ministry spokesperson claimed that Mohamad Javad Zarif in a letter written to Josep Borrell, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, requested that he activate the “Nuclear-deal Dispute Mechanism.” (Entekhab, 4 July 2020)
(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran) has said the Mullahs regime’s goal is to have nuclear bombs.
In his article on June 16, Dr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras, a professor of atomic and nuclear physics, was vice-president of the European Parliament from 1999 to 2014. He is President of the International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ), elaborated on the Iranian regime’s nuclear program and the new report published by the International Atomic Agency (IAEA) on the regime’s non-compliance with Iran 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
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The US imposes sanction against Iran Atomic Agency and its chief Ali-Akbar Salehi
Last Thursday the U.S. Department of State announced the imposition of new sanctions against the Iranian regime’s Atomic Energy Organization, along with its Chief, Ali-Akbar Salehi. The sanctions, which were imposed in coordination with the U.S. Department of Treasury, were announced during the State Department’s daily press briefing.
Mullahs’ foreign minister, Javad Zarif, begs the US for negotiation
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad, Javad Zarif, told Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine on January 24 that the mullahs “won’t rule out negotiations with Washington, even after General Qassem Soleimani‘s assassination, if the US changes course and lifts sanctions”.
Iranian regime threatens the international community on Nuclear Deal
The Iranian regime announced on January 5 that it was taking the fifth and final step to reduce its commitments to the 2015 international nuclear deal, otherwise known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and stated that it would no longer abide by any JCPOA obligations.
Iran said it would stop abiding by several nuclear commitments
Iran announced earlier this week that it would stop abiding by several nuclear commitments, including the number of centrifuges, the capacity they have, the percent and level of enriched uranium and certain restrictions regarding research and development.
The Iran Regime took the final step away from the JCPOA; it will remove limits on centrifuges, uranium enrichment, and nuclear research and development.
On Sunday, January 6, 2020, Iranian regime President Hassan Rouhani announced in a statement that the clerical regime would take the fifth and final step in walking away from its commitments under the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), informally known as the Iran nuclear deal.
Iranian regime steps forward in violating its nuclear deal with world powers
Iran has further endangered world peace this week by violating its nuclear deal with world powers for a fourth time by putting an additional 30 advanced centrifuges into use. Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, made the announcement to state news media on Monday.
The next day, president of Mullahs, Hassan Rouhani, said the Iranian regime would begin injecting uranium gas into over a thousand centrifuges at Fordo – a fortified nuclear facility hidden in a mountain – on Wednesday.
However, he said that the step is reversible and that the regime is ready to “negotiate”. This backpedaling contradicts with remarks by supreme leader Ali Khamenei, who said on Sunday that negotiations will only weaken the already-fragile regime.
These contradictions are the result of a regime besieged by crises and struggling to maintain consistency. The only consistent thing about the regime is that it will threaten world peace and security in order to prolong its grasp on power.
The regime’s nuclear policy appears even more muddled when you consider that Iran’s sole purpose for the nuclear deal was to extract concessions from the international community.
Since the US pulled out of the deal last year, citing Iranian noncompliance, Europe has mostly tried to appease Iran, even setting up a program to evade US sanctions on Iran with the only conditions being that Iran complied with the nuclear deal and committed to financial transparency under the Financial Action Task Force. It wasn’t a big ask, considering that Iran was supposed to do this anyway, but Iran publically failed to do either.
Therefore, European officials have condemned the regime and warned them against continuing to renege on its obligations, with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas describing the latest step as “unacceptable” and British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said that Iran’s actions “contravene the deal and pose a risk to our national security”.
So why would Iran take this step? Well, the regime is facing mass protests in Iraq and Lebanon over its interference in those countries and people there are demanding the expulsion of Iran’s terrorist proxies. Meanwhile, the Iranian people’s uprising is continuing with various segments of society demanding freedom. None of this was mentioned by Rouhani, Khamenei, or Salehi.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran and Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) stressed that: “As the avalanche of protests continues to bear down, Khamenei and his regime find themselves increasingly cornered and without a way out. What Khamenei said—and didn’t say—tell much about the strategic deadlock that is closing in on his regime and the deadly crises he and his regime are faced with.