The United States announced that it had caught Iran in delaying the process of returning to the "nuclear" deal
The American state, which, under President Donald Trump, withdrew from the so-called "nuclear" deal with Iran, is now claiming "Iran has been convicted of delaying the return to agreements." The Middle East press writes that the American and French special envoys announced that the Iranian side was dragging out the negotiation process on this agreement.
The situation is commented on by the head of the US State Department Anthony Blinken. According to him, "Iran is deliberately delaying the process in order to be able to move forward in the implementation of its nuclear program."
The statements look strange if only because the United States was the first to withdraw from multilateral agreements, apparently believing that only Iran should fulfill its obligations. The most interesting thing is that Iran really did fulfill its obligations, including the admission of international observers to its facilities, and the refusal to enrich uranium to the values specified in the agreement. And when the United States withdrew from the deal, the Iranian side called on Washington to return to fulfilling its obligations, noting that otherwise Tehran would have to withdraw from the agreement.
Now the United States accuses Iran of "playing for time and against this background is implementing its nuclear program." If so, then the American side should blame itself first and foremost.
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