Iran Demands Payment If U.S. Pulls Out Of Nuke Deal In Future
View Source | August 17, 2022 7:33 am
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- As American and European officials attempt to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran in another round of negotiations, Tehran is seeking guarantees that it will receive compensation if a future United States president revokes the pact.
- The Biden administration is hoping it can get a deal before the 2022 November midterms, spending enormous amounts of time and effort on talks with Iranian officials.
- Iran has had reservations about the possibility of a future U.S. president pulling out of the new nuclear deal and placing new economic sanctions on the country.
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