US will ease sanctions against Iranian nuclear program
Washington is ready to ease the sanctions imposed against the Iranian nuclear program. This was reported by Reuters, citing four sources, including one in the United States.
In particular, the United States renew sanctions exceptions, thanks by which companies from Russia, China and European countries will be able to continue activities for the peaceful use of nuclear energy at Iran’s nuclear facilities.
These are sanctions that prohibit non-US companies from cooperating with the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization (OAEI). According to sources the United States hopes that these measures will make it difficult for the Islamic Republic to develop nuclear weapons.
Sanctions questioned the future of Iran’s nuclear deal
Recall, on November 5, 2018, the United States renewed sanctions against Iran in full. They included export supplies of Iranian oil, as well as more than 700 banks, companies and individuals.
This happened after Washington left the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPA) for the Iranian nuclear program on May 8, 2018. In this regard, the future of the nuclear deal was in doubt.
A year later, in the early summer of 2019, the Iranian High National Security Council announced  that Tehran was ceasing to fulfill two obligations under the JCPOA. “Iran at the current stage does not consider itself bound by the obligation to comply with restrictions on the storage of enriched uranium and heavy water reserves,” the statement said.
And on January 30 this year, the US Treasury announced the introduction of new sanctions against the AEOI and its head Ali Akbar Salehi. According to Brian Hook, the United States Special Representative for Iran, the organization played an important role in violating Tehran’s key obligations under the 2015 nuclear deal. : ///
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