The UK May Withdraw From Nuclear Deal With Iran

by Meifan Honcharuk
Monday, July 3, 2023
The UK May Withdraw From Nuclear Deal With Iran

The decision based on Iranian involvement in the killing of Ukrainians

In 2015, the United States, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Iran entered into an agreement under which the states will gradually lift the sanctions imposed on Iran. It was expected that Iran would follow the agreed peaceful diplomatic route and the agreement would bear fruit for all its participants. In 2018, the United States, led by Trump, withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal. Germany, France and Great Britain did not change their positions, despite Iran's retaliatory action towards the United States violation of the limits and quality of enriched uranium: 60% instead of the allowed 3.67%. In 2023, Germany, France and the UK may withdraw from it as Iran supplies Russia with drones that kill Ukrainians. In accordance with the UN agreement, Iran undertakes not to participate in the development of missiles capable of transporting nuclear weapons, trading or transferring drones/drones/spares.

Ukraine and Israel have provided evidence that Iran violated all of the agreements enshrined in 2015, which makes this country a participant in the war against the Ukrainians. We remind you that Iranian drones are not used to wage war at the war front but to kill the civilian population of Ukraine.

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