Published: Wed, May 22, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Iran says it has crossed limits on uranium enrichment

Iran says it has crossed limits on uranium enrichment

Trump's decision to abandon the deal that restricted Iran's potential pathway to developing a nuclear bomb in return for relief from economic sanctions angered Tehran, which accuses Washington of breaking its word. Never threaten the United States again!'

"If they do something, it will be met with great force but we have no indication that they will".

Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, who in the past helped pave the way for negotiations between Iran and the United States, discussed regional and global issues with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian state news agency IRNA said.

Though all sides have said they do not want war, heightened concerns have rattled oil markets and become a subject of debate at a meeting of OPEC oil exporters taking place in the Saudi city of Jeddah. "If they are not ready, they don't have to bother".

"If the Iranian threats against American personnel and interests are activated we must deliver an overwhelming military response", wrote the Republican from SC.

By the end of last week, Trump appeared to dial back the tensions, reiterating earlier statements that he's open to talks with the Iranian government and saying he hopes there isn't a war.

Mr Trump again took credit for ending the nuclear deal that his predecessor Barack Obama signed in 2015 and indicated that the strategy of isolation and sanctions is working by devastating the Iranian economy.

Britain is warning Iran against provoking the White House.

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Iranian officials made a point to stress that the uranium would be enriched only to the 3.67% limit set under the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, making it usable for a power plant but far below what's needed for an atomic weapon.

Anticipating some kind of escalation between Iran or its regional proxies and the United States following the exchange of bellicose threats between the two, the European Union warned against further provocations.

Earlier this month, officials of the United Arab Emirates claimed that four oil transport ships were sabotaged.

Both the semi-official Fars and Tasnim news agencies reported on the quadrupled production quoting Behrouz Kamalvandi, the spokesmen of Iran's nuclear agency.

Iran just announced it would begin backing away from terms of the deal, setting a 60-day deadline for Europe to come up with new terms or it would begin enriching uranium closer to weapons-grade levels.

European and USA government sources believe Shi'ite militias based in Yemen or Iraq carried out the attacks in Saudi Arabia and near the UAE, likely with Iran's encouragement. This is a false report, ' the president wrote on Twitter.

Most recently, three mortar bombs rocked the Green Zone in September 2018 and the us government also blamed that attack, which also caused no casualties, on Iranian-backed militias. "But you do have situations like Iran, you can't let them have nuclear weapons-you just can't let that happen".

Democratic Senator Chris Coons, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Trump "bluffs about going after Iran" and said the consequences of being drawn into a war would be "tragic". He said Iran took this step because the US had ended a program allowing it to exchange enriched uranium to Russian Federation for unprocessed yellowcake uranium, as well as ending the sale of heavy water to Oman.

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