The Iranian Foreign Ministry said that they did not withdraw from the nuclear deal


Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi made a statement on the "nuclear deal." This is an agreement from which the United States withdrew a few months ago. At that moment, the Europeans turned to Tehran, offering the Iranian authorities to continue to fulfill their obligations under the agreement, to which the parties went for several years.


Iran then noted that the European Union in this case is obliged to assist Iran diplomatically and economically. One of the Iranian conditions in relation to Europeans was a condition on assistance in overcoming American sanctions - primarily in the sale of oil.

Today, Abbas Mousavi reproached European leaders for not making the necessary efforts to preserve previously reached agreements.

At the same time, Mr. Mousavi said that Iran still remains in the agreement, and all accusations by Brussels and other European capitals of violations of this agreement are, according to the representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, insolvent.

Mousavi:

Whether we will continue to reduce the level of our “nuclear” obligations depends on other parties to the transaction.

At the same time, Mousavi recalled that the original version of the deal had not been working for a long time - since the moment the Americans came out of the agreements.

Abbas Mousavi:

But Tehran did not close the door to negotiations.

Earlier, Iran returned to uranium enrichment, but so far it is far from a “weapons” enrichment level.
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  1. Thrall 20 January 2020 16: 35 New
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    If Iran had nuclear weapons now, Suleimani would have been alive ...
    1. The Secretary General 20 January 2020 17: 26 New
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      Quote: Thrall
      If Iran had nuclear weapons now, Suleimani would have been alive ...

      And there would be no sanctions and threats of bombing .. And I even think the relative peace in the BV would be ..
      1. Dmitry Donskoy 20 January 2020 17: 44 New
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        Here I would argue with you. Not a fact, if Iran had nuclear weapons, there would be order in the BV. It would seem like on a powder keg. stop
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        2. Old Michael 20 January 2020 18: 00 New
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          there would be order. It would think it would be like on a powder keg.

          And what? Such a pictorial canvas is even presented in the spirit of avant-garde artists. With the name "Order on the powder keg"!
          1. Shurik70 20 January 2020 21: 16 New
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            If Iran had nuclear weapons, there would be neither Iran nor Israel.
            Because Israel would not have resisted attempts to steal it or how to neutralize it.
            In response, Iran could not resist a strike against Israel.
            But Israel would have managed to strike back.
    2. Krasnodar 20 January 2020 17: 33 New
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      It would not change anything. For Iran, the use of nuclear weapons is permissible only in the event of a direct threat of loss of statehood. That is, the enemy on its territory, the army is defeated. The same concept as the Israelites.
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        1. Krasnodar 20 January 2020 19: 19 New
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          In BV - the next 200 years will be a massacre.
      2. borberd 20 January 2020 20: 14 New
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        Quote: Krasnodar
        For Iran, the use of nuclear weapons is permissible only in the event of a direct threat of loss of statehood. .

        I would not be so sure of that. With the ayatols, with their messianic vision of the world, and an attempt to become their own for the Sunnis, they can very well use nuclear weapons, if God forbid they have it. People during the Iran-Iraq war who sent children to the minefields with plastic "keys to paradise" are unable to behave appropriately even in relation to their own people. What can we say about others ...
        1. Krasnodar 20 January 2020 20: 49 New
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          There they had nothing to lose. Saddam lane on them with all his might. Here they have something to lose - Israel’s answers will not be able to prevent)).
          1. borberd 20 January 2020 22: 12 New
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            Why were children sent to minefields, why not healthy men? It seems to me a broken psyche and the same flawed ideology.
            Israel is unlikely to destroy them, even if it wants. But they can Israel. Still, the size of the territories is not comparable. And they don’t lose anything, they just gain. And given their past and the nature of their creed, I can assume that if they, Khas ve-Khalil, have nuclear weapons, they will not hesitate to apply them. IMHO.
            1. Krasnodar 20 January 2020 22: 31 New
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              Than? Two - three Hiroshima Bombs?
              Israel has enough strength to turn them into Afghanistan both in terms of population and living standards
              1. Mityay65 20 January 2020 23: 35 New
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                What is it like? And what? To do this, you must have yao.
                But Israel just doesn’t have it fellow
                1. borberd 20 January 2020 23: 50 New
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                  Israel didn’t have it even in 1973, when Golda told Nixon that we weren’t applying what wasn’t, if the air bridge, like the USSR organized for the Arabs, would not work for the United States either. Nixon knew that Israel didn’t have what it didn’t, so he got scared and earned the bridge, as Gold had requested. By the way, what Israel did not have was not back in 1964.
                  1. Mityay65 21 January 2020 00: 02 New
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                    Quote: borberd
                    when Golda told Nixon that we are not applying what is not

                    Are you telling me a story from 1001 nights about a carpet-plane? There at the end the prince must inseminate the princess ... Nixon - Golda ??! Original ... fellow
                    In fact, everything is more complicated. After exposing Vanunu, Israel was seriously pressured and, according to rumors from unpublished chapters of 1001 nights, he was forced to deposit everything in the USA and equipment and materials, provided that if the neighbors gained nuclear weapons, he had the right to take everything back ...
                    Now there is no nuclear weapons - it has never even been tested. But it may appear in a year or two, about as much is needed to restore production.
                    1. borberd 21 January 2020 00: 41 New
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                      Do not read bedtime tales of 1000 and one night, you still do not dream of it. How can you put pressure on Israel in an attempt to take away what is not? Unclear . That which does not exist safely stands on combat duty screwed on to Jericho missiles, all kinds of bombs and on submarines - because they were bought for this purpose. And about the selection of all sorts, read better about Liberty. On the subject of what kind of policy is Israel in relation to those who are trying to harm. It is very doubtful that Israel will give what is not to the one who plays many parties, but always for himself beloved.

                      Of course, it has never been tested, after all, the Yuarovts will not confirm it. smile
                      1. Mityay65 21 January 2020 01: 29 New
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                        Quote: borberd
                        Of course, it has never been tested, after all, the Yuarovts will not confirm it.

                        SOUTH AFRICA? lol Well, you see, you yourself know everything. South Africa and Israel really had joint nuclear weapons development program, therefore, talking about nuclear weapons in 74 in Israel is a very big exaggeration. South Africa designed the ammunition itself, but they did not have enough fissile material and carriers, but Israel had both. Actually, nuclear ammunition appeared in 79, the tests are known as the Vella Incident. One test, which is completely insufficient to test the design, but only to verify the concept. And how did it end?
                        South Africa admitted everything, handed over equipment and materials, scientists and engineers repented and left ... Then it became known + a lot of retired spies who turned out to be stuffed with the Israeli-South African program for creating nuclear weapons, published memoirs. In general, Vanunu published a selfie against the background of the reactor ...
                        And about Israel is silent no As if he was completely out of business. But everyone is happy with this, and it would never occur to anyone to reproach Israel for anything. Why is that?
                        The only conclusion is that Israel also handed over the equipment and materials, together with South Africa, but they say it discussed the conditions for returning from the warehouse.
                        Therefore, when they say that Israel has nuclear weapons, it's IMHO, a very big exaggeration. Having nuclear weapons generally makes sense when everyone around you knows exactly what you have.
                      2. borberd 21 January 2020 09: 00 New
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                        Your conclusions are incorrect. After all, then the whole point of possession of nuclear weapons is lost. All the Arab-Israeli wars were fleeting, a month maximum. And you broadcast about 2-3 years for being on duty. Israel did not sign the NPT, does not officially recognize that it has it. So why then discuss anything at all?
                  2. Krasnodar 21 January 2020 01: 22 New
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                    Also a fairy tale. And plans to launch nuclear attacks on Syria were in 1973
              2. Krasnodar 21 January 2020 00: 16 New
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                He is not there. But if necessary, the Jews will use it))
            2. borberd 20 January 2020 23: 53 New
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              Yeah, that’s if the Iranians launch missiles from their territory. But if the missiles arrive from the side of, say, Libya, then go and prove who launched them.
              1. Krasnodar 21 January 2020 01: 30 New
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                Fairy tales. And if the missiles arrive from Argentina? Rabinovich, are you this?
  • Victor_B 20 January 2020 16: 38 New
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    Well, if once they started enrichment, then Israel will soon enter the business.
    The Americans killed Suleimani and a scandal all over the planet, and Israel killed a whole bunch of these Iranians - and nothing!
    Bombed the Iraqi nuclear center - and nothing!
    Bombed something there in Syria - and nothing!
    So soon we are waiting for the bombing of Iran’s nuclear facilities. Jews - it is possible!
    1. pru-pavel 20 January 2020 17: 05 New
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      Yes, they were nuclear scientists. Who would do something for them. They still click and not one, nothing will be special either.
      1. Victor_B 20 January 2020 17: 10 New
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        Quote: pru-pavel
        Yes, they were nuclear scientists.

        Something I'm not catching up with ...
        That is, Israeli nuclear scientists can also be destroyed directly in Israel?
        And korean?
        And Pakistani?
        Maybe Chinese?
        1. pru-pavel 20 January 2020 17: 17 New
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          The answer is in the question itself - it is not possible. If you can, you can, if you can not, you can’t. This is a matter of state interests; I am not interested in moralizing.
          1. Victor_B 20 January 2020 17: 18 New
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            Quote: pru-pavel
            If you can, it’s possible, if you can’t, it’s impossible.

            Great!
            In the quote box!
            1. Krasnodar 20 January 2020 17: 30 New
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              Or maybe just not all!
    2. Chaldon48 20 January 2020 17: 53 New
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      It cannot go on forever, once the number of Israeli “feats” grows into a very sad quality and is quite possible not only for Israel, but also for the world as a whole.
      1. Mityay65 20 January 2020 23: 39 New
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        You can’t go on like this forever

        Unfortunately, we live in such a fragile world that it is better to endure endlessly.
        The alternative is just awful ... am
    3. AU Ivanov. 20 January 2020 21: 20 New
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      And what would you do in the place of the Jews with a country that openly declares that it will destroy you?
      1. Mityay65 20 January 2020 23: 42 New
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        Reasonable people, understanding what threatens them, would try to resolve the issue through negotiations and communication. Fortunately, there is the UN, and a strong ally, and in general, everything is favorable to negotiations ...
        There is only goodwill and brains, IMHO sad
        1. AU Ivanov. 21 January 2020 00: 15 New
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          It is very difficult, almost impossible, to agree with the faithful Jews and Islamic Orthodox.
          1. Mityay65 21 January 2020 00: 29 New
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            Quote: AU Ivanov.
            agree to the faithful Jews and Islamic orthodox.

            What about Camp David? Did the Egyptians, Israel’s implacable enemies worse than Iran, manage to negotiate and resolve the issue? Managed. Now, unless joint exercises are carried out, although they also consider each other the sons of the jackal ... So everything is achievable, but there is no will to it.
            1. AU Ivanov. 21 January 2020 00: 31 New
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              The Egyptians are not orthodox and the state of Egypt is secular, unlike Iran, the Islamic republic.
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  • KAVBER 20 January 2020 17: 08 New
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    They do the right thing, tell the enemies what they want to hear, and they do what they should do
  • knn54 20 January 2020 17: 16 New
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    If the Yankees said they went out, then they went out
    1. Brturin 21 January 2020 01: 24 New
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      But during this time, who officially except the states left the FDP? Only in the middle of January did Great Britain, France and the FRG announce the launch of a dispute resolution mechanism ... But just a few days before the French Defense Ministry, “You cannot lose the thread of dialogue. The Vienna Agreement must be protected, and in this we are counting on Iran’s assistance. ” Europe specifically created INSTEX - a mechanism for circumventing sanctions. So Europe, after the state’s exit, didn’t really strive to follow them, so when the states squeeze the Europeans ...
  • Krasnodar 20 January 2020 17: 30 New
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    We are all people, we are all scared))
  • Thrifty 20 January 2020 17: 49 New
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    Politics, you must be able to defend your interests, and at the same time comply, or pretend that certain commitments made are respected, until you feel truly strong in order to ignore these same obligations. ..
  • Old26 20 January 2020 17: 59 New
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    At the same time, Mr. Mousavi said that Iran still remains in the agreement, and all accusations by Brussels and other European capitals of violations of this agreement are, according to the representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, insolvent.

    Of course, the charges are not valid. This is Iran, it cannot be a priori violated. True, Iran itself, in the person of its leaders of various ranks, since May has regularly stated:
    • Iran has embarked on Phase 1 reduction of its obligations under the JCPOA
    • Iran embarked on stage 2 of reduction of obligations under the JCPOA
    • Iran has begun ... and so on to stage 5 of the reduction of obligations under the JCPOA. That is, what he “put” on all the provisions of the JCPOA - this does not mean that he does not comply with the agreement. Very impressive ... But at the same time, you should not hold others for suckers

    Quote: Thrall
    If Iran had nuclear weapons now, Suleimani would have been alive ...

    Nuclear weapons are not a panacea if they are few. The same Iran, if it possessed 3-5 charges now, it could only "pay off" with its offenders in the region. He has no way to cause unacceptable damage to the United States. Same thing with North Korea. Possessing 6-10 charges and not having verified nuclear weapons carriers in large quantities capable of reaching the United States - nuclear weapons, it was only a bugbug that could frighten Japan and South Korea. There will be a political decision to punish the DPRK - they will punish. Especially considering the position of the PRC regarding the DPRK

    Quote: KAVBER
    They do the right thing, tell the enemies what they want to hear, and they do what they should do

    Yes, they don’t do anything serious there. They need to restore at least the number of centrifuges they had before the conclusion of the JCPOA. Or build new ones - a new generation. And these are months and months. Then it will take about a year to produce uranium for at least one or two charges ....
    And the Persians know how to speak ...
    1. asv363 20 January 2020 20: 07 New
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      Quote: Old26
      At the same time, Mr. Mousavi said that Iran still remains in the agreement, and all accusations by Brussels and other European capitals of violations of this agreement are, according to the representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, insolvent.

      Of course, the charges are not valid. This is Iran, it cannot be a priori violated. True, Iran itself, in the person of its leaders of various ranks, since May has regularly stated:
      • Iran has embarked on Phase 1 reduction of its obligations under the JCPOA
      • Iran embarked on stage 2 of reduction of obligations under the JCPOA
      • Iran has begun ... and so on to stage 5 of the reduction of obligations under the JCPOA. That is, what he “put” on all the provisions of the JCPOA - this does not mean that he does not comply with the agreement. Very impressive ... But at the same time, you should not hold others for suckers

      I do not agree with you, Vladimir. By signing the JCPOA, Iran, in addition to the NPT and the additional protocol to it, assumed a lot of restrictions. Starting from the limit on the level of enrichment at 3,67% and the limit on the total stock of enriched uranium in Iran to research in the field of uranium metallurgy. It is not for me to tell you how Japan, for "experimental purposes", isolated from weapons SNF plutonium-239 of almost weapons enrichment in hundreds of kg, if not several tons.

      After withdrawing from the US deal, Iran had every right to declare that since the deal is not being executed by all participants, we stop this senseless activity, the culprit is the United States. I’m already tired of writing that the INSTEX mechanism launched in Europe to circumvent US illegal trade restrictions imposed on Iran practically does not work. According to Lavrov, it applies only to food and medicine, only one transaction of 10 million was carried out, but it was not completed. The Iranians, in turn, though use INSTEX to pay for oil sold.

      The main thing is that all steps to reduce its commitments made by Iran are reversible. There will be an opportunity to trade in sanctioned goods and spend revenue on the purchase of the necessary - Iran is ready to return to full implementation of the JCPOA.
      1. borberd 20 January 2020 20: 28 New
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        Iran says one thing, does absolutely another. It reassures its European partners, tells them what they want to hear, while they themselves are trying to pit them with the Americans. A couple of weeks ago, when Suleimani banged, the Iranians announced that they were leaving the "nuclear deal." The Europeans were outraged, and the Iranians immediately "lost back." Because they don’t have many friends, and then the Europeans will fall off. And then there will be no one to oppose the Americans.

        The Iranians, having signed the NPT, have undertaken a bunch of obligations. Only here they were not going to fulfill them initially.
  • asv363 20 January 2020 18: 00 New
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    This is an agreement that the United States withdrew a few months ago.

    Dear unknown author! The United States withdrew from the JCPOA in early May 2018. Is it a few months? In response, Iran began to reduce its obligations under the JCPOA exactly one year later, with reference to paragraphs. No. 26,36 of the text of the SVLD, which give him such a right if any other participant does not fulfill his.

    The main thing remains the fulfillment by Iran of all its obligations under the NPT and its additional protocol. The largest number of IAEA inspections (up to 20%) falls on Iran - the most verified country of all other IAEA member countries. The JCPOA is additional obligations (restrictions) of the Iranian nuclear program declared as peaceful.
  • Shahno 20 January 2020 18: 37 New
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    Quote: Old26
    At the same time, Mr. Mousavi said that Iran still remains in the agreement, and all accusations by Brussels and other European capitals of violations of this agreement are, according to the representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, insolvent.

    Of course, the charges are not valid. This is Iran, it cannot be a priori violated. True, Iran itself, in the person of its leaders of various ranks, since May has regularly stated:
    • Iran has embarked on Phase 1 reduction of its obligations under the JCPOA
    • Iran embarked on stage 2 of reduction of obligations under the JCPOA
    • Iran has begun ... and so on to stage 5 of the reduction of obligations under the JCPOA. That is, what he “put” on all the provisions of the JCPOA - this does not mean that he does not comply with the agreement. Very impressive ... But at the same time, you should not hold others for suckers

    Quote: Thrall
    If Iran had nuclear weapons now, Suleimani would have been alive ...

    Nuclear weapons are not a panacea if they are few. The same Iran, if it possessed 3-5 charges now, it could only "pay off" with its offenders in the region. He has no way to cause unacceptable damage to the United States. Same thing with North Korea. Possessing 6-10 charges and not having verified nuclear weapons carriers in large quantities capable of reaching the United States - nuclear weapons, it was only a bugbug that could frighten Japan and South Korea. There will be a political decision to punish the DPRK - they will punish. Especially considering the position of the PRC regarding the DPRK

    Quote: KAVBER
    They do the right thing, tell the enemies what they want to hear, and they do what they should do

    Yes, they don’t do anything serious there. They need to restore at least the number of centrifuges they had before the conclusion of the JCPOA. Or build new ones - a new generation. And these are months and months. Then it will take about a year to produce uranium for at least one or two charges ....
    And the Persians know how to speak ...

    There is another aspect. The fact that some documents were recently received from Iranian nuclear facilities does not mean at all that all the defendants “lit up” there. Here, rather, the warning was ... under the motto "we are in the know of the real situation."
  • xGibSoNx 20 January 2020 18: 41 New
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    Well, here a rather interesting picture seems to be looming .. Everything seems to hint that Iran to some extent itself “leaked” the boss from the IRGC or whatever it is .. It’s just that the uncle’s influence was so great that it wouldn’t be possible to merge it just .. but the country develops normally further, it at least interferes .. Solid multi-paths however.
  • Shahno 20 January 2020 18: 44 New
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    Quote: xGibSoNx
    Well, here a rather interesting picture seems to be looming .. Everything seems to hint that Iran to some extent itself “leaked” the boss from the IRGC or whatever it is .. It’s just that the uncle’s influence was so great that it wouldn’t be possible to merge it just .. but the country develops normally further, it at least interferes .. Solid multi-paths however.

    Well, how would he interfere with another. Normal relationship with neighbors in the BV. .. managed to quarrel with almost all the neighbors. And what did you want?
    1. xGibSoNx 20 January 2020 19: 04 New
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      And what did you want?
      I AM?! Yes, I generally drum)) Just a thought in the ear)
  • Old26 20 January 2020 19: 15 New
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    Quote: Secretary General
    There is a risk, of course, but I don’t see any other way out. Remember the DPRK, what harassment was there and threats to wipe it off the face of the earth, etc. AUGs drove .. And Eun is quite adequate if you do not threaten his country so brazenly ..

    Why remember the DPRK? There are several charges, and the carriers never flew to the desired range. Apart from Japan and South Korea, the DPRK cannot physically threaten anyone.
    But to “eat it” is easy. There will be a political decision or Eun will “break through” - and the DPRK will cease to exist even with the quantity of nuclear weapons that it has. True, South Korea and Japan will cease to exist as a state. But these are the costs of the process.

    Quote: Secretary General
    Iran, it seems, is also behaving soundly, although such a murder is a clear terrorist act of the USA-Israel .. If there were nuclear weapons, they did not dare ..

    Hello? You tell this to the crew and passengers of the Ukrainian side. And they wouldn’t dare about it - they would dare. Iran is not in that weight category to confront the United States, even if it has nuclear weapons.

    Quote: Secretary General
    Parity should be on BV Israel has illegal nuclear weapons with carriers, even if Iran has it, it’s also illegal .. Just so!

    Is Israel illegal? He did not sign the NPT and, accordingly, the IAEA is not here. And parity. How do you see him? After all, the appearance of nuclear weapons in Iran will automatically lead to the fact that nuclear weapons will want to have and will have Saudi Arabia. And perhaps other monarchies of the Persian Gulf. Good parity

    Quote: Secretary General
    Otherwise, there will be an eternal slaughter, which is very beneficial to some tricky territories there .. I think so

    There will be no eternal slaughter if the countries of the region have a desire to conclude a peace treaty. Egypt itself has not been at war with Israel for several decades, concluding a peace treaty. Syria does not want to conclude such an agreement, although Israel was ready to return the Dutch heights to it at the conclusion of a peace agreement.
    1. asv363 20 January 2020 22: 03 New
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      Quote: Old26
      Why remember the DPRK? There are several charges, and the carriers never flew to the desired range. Apart from Japan and South Korea, the DPRK cannot physically threaten anyone. But to “eat” it is easy. There will be a political decision or Eun will “break through” - and the DPRK will cease to exist even with the quantity of nuclear weapons that it has. True, South Korea and Japan will cease to exist as a state. But these are the costs of the process.

      Vladimir, the nuclear weapons tests in the DPRK have stopped yet, as well as Trump’s threats along with the dispatch of the AUG to the DPRK shores because Xi Jinping received a party letter from residents of one or two border regions with fears of radioactive contamination in case of war. Although there are few people living there by Chinese standards - 10-20 million people, comrade. Xi Jinping considered the letter and having talked with Putin made a commitment to help Kim Jong-un in defense of the DPRK. So North Korea is easier in this regard - we are from the west of the PRC and from the north.

      Quote: Old26
      You tell this to the crew and passengers of the Ukrainian side. And they wouldn’t dare about it - they would dare. Iran is not in that weight category to confront the United States, even if it has nuclear weapons.

      Is it Russia of that weight category or also not that?
  • Tank jacket 20 January 2020 19: 25 New
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    The smart move of Iran ...
  • Old26 20 January 2020 20: 15 New
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    Quote: Tank jacket
    The smart move of Iran ...

    What is smart? Say one thing and do another?
  • Old26 20 January 2020 21: 16 New
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    Quote: asv363
    I do not agree with you, Vladimir. By signing the JCPOA, Iran, in addition to the NPT and the additional protocol to it, assumed a lot of restrictions. Starting from the limit on the enrichment level of 3,67% and the limit on the total stock of enriched uranium in Iran to research in the field of uranium metallurgy. .

    The enrichment of up to 3,67% and 300 kg of uranium is precisely according to the provisions of the JCPOA agreement. So, starting from last May, he exceeds these parameters. Well exceeds Allah with him. This is the SVPD and so weighs in the balance. But why at the same time say that they comply with these provisions. Do not follow - and to hell with him. But do not claim that you are "white and fluffy" in this area

    Quote: asv363
    It is not for me to tell you how Japan, for "experimental purposes", isolated from weapons SNF plutonium-239 of almost weapons enrichment in hundreds of kg, if not several tons.

    I know

    Quote: asv363
    After withdrawing from the US deal, Iran had every right to declare that since the deal was not executed by all participants, then we stop this senseless activity, the culprit is the United States.

    Everything is correct and absolutely agree. But now they claim that these provisions are being observed. And this despite the fact that now they have enrichment already EMNIP about 4,5%, and the amount of uranium is more than 300 kg. Well, do it - at least keep quiet, do not expose yourself

    Quote: asv363
    The main thing is that all steps to reduce its commitments made by Iran are reversible. There will be an opportunity to trade in sanctioned goods and spend revenue on the purchase of the necessary - Iran is ready to return to full implementation of the JCPOA.

    Reversible, no one argues. The question is, why say in a voice that “we are doing”
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      Quote: Old26
      Quote: asv363
      After withdrawing from the US deal, Iran had every right to declare that since the deal was not executed by all participants, then we stop this senseless activity, the culprit is the United States.
      Everything is correct and absolutely agree. But now they claim that these provisions are being observed. And this despite the fact that now they have enrichment already EMNIP about 4,5%, and the amount of uranium is more than 300 kg. Well, do it - at least keep quiet, do not expose yourself

      The IAEA inspectors are almost always present at all facilities specified in the JCPOA. There is no sense in deceiving - they will catch them on a lie, it will be worse.

      Quote: Old26
      Quote: asv363
      The main thing is that all steps to reduce its commitments made by Iran are reversible. There will be an opportunity to trade in sanctioned goods and spend revenue on the purchase of the necessary - Iran is ready to return to full implementation of the JCPOA.
      Reversible, no one argues. The question is, why say in a voice that “we are doing”

      There is a political and economic part of the JCPOA. Despite the US exit, Iran does not leave it. There is a technical part drawn up in the form of Appendices - according to paragraphs 26 and 36, Iran has the right to reduce its obligations in case of incomplete fulfillment of obligations by other participants.

      For reference. https://undocs.org/ru/S/RES/2231(2015)

      26. The EU will refrain from reintroducing sanctions that it has terminated as part of the implementation of the JCPOA, without prejudice to the dispute resolution process under the JCPOA. There will be no new sanctions related to the nuclear sphere under the auspices of the UN Security Council and no new sanctions and restrictive measures regarding the nuclear sphere on the part of the EU. The United States will conscientiously make every effort to ensure the sustainability of the JCPOA and to prevent Iran from interfering with the full benefits of the sanctions lifting regime specifically set out in Annex II. The US Administration, acting in accordance with the relevant powers of the President and Congress, will refrain from reintroducing the sanctions listed in Appendix II, which it terminated as part of the application of the JCPOA without prejudice to the dispute resolution process provided for in the JCPOA. The US administration, acting in accordance with the relevant powers of the president and congress, will refrain from imposing new sanctions related to the nuclear field. Iran has stated that it will consider such a reintroduction of the sanctions listed in Annex II, or such a new sanctions related to the nuclear sphere, as the basis for the complete or partial termination of its obligations.

      36. If Iran considers that any or all members of the E3 / EU + 3 Group do not comply with their obligations under this JCPOA, Iran may raise this issue with the Joint Commission to resolve it; also, if any of the members of the E3 / EU + 3 Group considers that Iran is not observing its obligations under this JCPOA, any of the states of the E3 / EU + 3 Group may do the same. The Joint Commission will have 15 days to resolve the issue, unless this period is extended by consensus. After consideration by the Joint Commission, any participant can raise the issue at the level of foreign ministers if he considers that the issue of compliance has not been resolved. Ministers will have 15 days to resolve the issue, unless this period is extended by consensus. After consideration by the Joint Commission - in parallel with the consideration (or instead of consideration) at the ministerial level - the participant who has filed the complaint, or the participant regarding whom the issue of non-compliance is raised, may request that the Advisory Council, which will consist of three members (one each) appoint the parties to the dispute, the third - independent). The Advisory Board must issue a non-binding opinion on compliance within 15 days. If, after this 30-day period, the issue is not resolved, the Joint Commission will consider the opinion of the Advisory Board within no more than 5 days in order to resolve the issue. If the issue is still not resolved in a manner satisfactory to the complainant, and if the participant who complained considers that the issue is a serious violation, then this participant can consider the unresolved issue as a basis for terminating the fulfillment of their obligations under this JCPOA, in full or in part and / or notifies the UN Security Council that it considers the issue to be a serious violation.
    2. Mityay65 20 January 2020 23: 54 New
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      Quote: Old26
      Do not follow - and to hell with him. But do not claim that you are "white and fluffy" in this area

      The optimal strategy for Iran, it’s the only one leading to survival, now it’s to keep the FDP as long as possible and pretend to be “white and fluffy”. And samosa secretly in three shifts to collect nuclear weapons ...
      But swear and swear that there is neither enrichment nor the creation of nuclear weapons ... Take time, and collect nuclear weapons.
      Quote: Old26
      The question is, why say in a voice that “we are doing”

      To deceive everyone. They have no option, alas. stop
      Unfortunately, the United States has brought the matter to the point that Iran has only one likely winning strategy - the super-risk ... sad
  • Old26 21 January 2020 11: 40 New
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    Quote: asv363
    The IAEA inspectors are almost always present at all facilities specified in the JCPOA. There is no sense in deceiving - they will catch them on a lie, it will be worse.

    Iran has always had problems with IAEA inspectors. Today they can let inspectors into production, and tomorrow they can be sent. And judging by the statements (in LJ by Yuri Lyamin, this is very well and described in detail with photographs and statements (quotes) of specific Iranian politicians)

    Quote: asv363
    There is a political and economic part of the JCPOA. Despite the US exit, Iran does not leave it. There is a technical part drawn up in the form of Appendices - according to paragraphs 26 and 36, Iran has the right to reduce its obligations in case of incomplete fulfillment of obligations by other participants.

    Sergei! This is all clear. And if Iran benefits, let it reduce its obligations and, if necessary, withdraw from the JCPOA. Personally, I don’t like only one thing in his “behavior” - go out and cut back if necessary, but don’t say that you are observing

    Quote: Mityai65
    Now unless joint exercises are carried out,

    But at the same time, according to the open sources of the terrorists, they are chasing together ...

    Quote: asv363
    Vladimir, the nuclear weapons tests in the DPRK have stopped yet, as well as Trump’s threats along with the dispatch of the AUG to the DPRK shores because Xi Jinping received a party letter from residents of one or two border regions with fears of radioactive contamination in case of war. Although there are few people living there by Chinese standards - 10-20 million people, comrade. Xi Jinping considered the letter and having talked with Putin made a commitment to help Kim Jong-un in defense of the DPRK. So North Korea is easier in this regard - we are from the west of the PRC and from the north.

    Sergei! the balance on the Korean peninsula is very fragile. The tests (nuclear) have so far stopped, but in the same way they can be resumed. Dismantling a nuclear test site (more precisely, an explosion of one or two adits) is a game for the public. And we must also remember the statements of the Chinese ambassador to the UN (EMNIP) regarding assistance to Korea in the event of external aggression. After all, it was said very clearly. If the aggressor country is the initiator of the provocation that led to hostilities, then China will help the DPRK. If the DPRK is such an initiator, let it not count on help. Eun is also a rather unpredictable politician. Either he acts very carefully, as the head of the country should do, then he has “jumps” and sometimes one has to doubt his adequacy. In addition, if you are already in the wake of a country such as China, you should still adhere to certain rules, in particular, adhere to the "recommendations" that the "big brother" gives you. Eun is not predictable in this regard. He can sometimes “score” on these recommendations and do what he wants. So with regard to assistance to the DPRK in the event of a conflict, I would not be so categorical (regarding the assistance of the PRC and Russia).
    And the silence on the Korean peninsula is quite fragile. The reaction of others is unknown, after the next missile test of the DPRK. But it is being prepared. ICBMs (more precisely so far the pseudo ICBMs) known under the Hwasong-16 index (in appearance it closely resembles the Soviet R-36 / SS-9 / 8K67)

    Quote: asv363
    Is it Russia of that weight category or also not that?

    Russia is the only country in the same weight category (military-technical) as the United States. And while only Russia can inflict a military defeat on the United States ...

    Quote: Mityai65
    The optimal strategy for Iran, it’s the only one leading to survival, now it’s to keep the FDP as long as possible and pretend to be “white and fluffy”. And samosa secretly in three shifts to collect nuclear weapons ...
    But swear and swear that there is neither enrichment nor the creation of nuclear weapons ... Take time, and collect nuclear weapons.

    This will not work. If you observe the JCPOA, this means the presence of international IAEA inspectors at all facilities in Iran’s nuclear complex. And their presence means control of the quantity and type of centrifuges, control of the reactor in Arak, control of the amount of enriched uranium and heavy water. After all, obtaining weapons-grade uranium or plutonium is not a matter of days and weeks, it is a matter of months and years

    Quote: Mityai65
    To deceive everyone.

    And everyone at the same time understands, and not only understands, but also knows that this is not so ...