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Weekend Reads The US will not let Iran approach "too close" of the nuclear weapon

20:05  24 november  2021
20:05  24 november  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Iran-nuclear / USA (photo): the US will not let Iran approach "too close" of the Nuclear Nuclear Weapon

Washington, 24 November (Reuters) - The United States will not remain arms crossed if Iran approaches "too close" to obtain nuclear weapons, said the US emissary in An interview with extracts broadcast Wednesday, upstream of the resumption of discussions on the 2015 Agreement on Iranian Nuclear.

Indirect discussions in Vienna to bring back the United States and Iran into the Common Global Action Plan (PAGC, or JCPOA), adjourned last June in the wake of the Iranian presidential election, must resume next week.

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"If they begin to approach too close (...) So of course we will not stay the arms crossed," Rob Malley said at the national radio radio, depending on the extracts broadcast by American radio.

No further comment on what the American representative hears by "too close" or on the options envisaged by Washington if necessary in the extracts communicated on Wednesday.

The US President Joe Biden strives to restore the agreement governing the Iranian nuclear activities in exchange for a lifting of international sanctions, after his predecessor Donald Trump denounced the PAGC in 2018, pushing Iran to overcome. by stages of the terms of the agreement.

If Tehran chooses not to return to the agreement, then "we will obviously think of other approaches - diplomatic and others - to try to respond to Iran's nuclear ambitions," said Rob Malley in this registered interview. Tuesday and which must be broadcast on Friday.

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