Britain, France, and Germany, who are the three European signatories to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, sent out a joint statement on Saturday to express their concerns over Iran’s latest violations of the deal and threats to go further unless the world agrees to meet its demands.
A media watchdog has called on Turkey to halt the expulsion of an Iranian journalist sentenced to prison for alleged activities against the regime after criticizing Tehran’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
France’s Foreign Minister Jean Yves Le Drian on Saturday said that Iran was in the process of acquiring a nuclear weapons capacity with its breaches of the 2015 nuclear agreement, and only a full return to that deal could prevent Tehran from achieving its goal.
While the Iranian government has been surrounded by enormous crises and dilemmas inside the country and abroad, officials inevitably make damning confessions. In recent days, officials from both factions of the establishment have admitted to massive distrust toward the ruing system among citizens. Their remarks, however, reveal the officials’ illegitimacy and instability.
Days before President-elect Joe Biden is set take office, Iran has said it plans to further reduce its compliance with the nuclear deal aimed at preventing it from getting a nuclear weapon.
Since coming to power in 1979, the Iranian regime, through The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has been implicated in more than three hundred sixty assassinations, terrorist plots, and terrorist attacks in more than forty countries. This does not include arrest, torture, and killing of thousands of political activists or journalists inside Iran
The international nuclear watchdog agency told the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday that Iran is advancing its nuclear program and making a point of doing it in plain sight. That will further complicate plans for the incoming Biden administration, which hopes to steer Iran back into compliance with the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement — and then bring the U.S. back onboard, too.
In a move that confirms the true intentions of the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia, the internationally recognized Yemeni government welcomed Washington’s designation of the Houthis as a terrorist organization, while the group affirmed that the classification would not affect their militant path and that it reserves the “right to respond.”
Iranian state media said Tuesday it had been removed from Facebook. Press TV wrote on Twitter about the move, saying Facebook deleted their page “without any warning or explanation.”
The Iranian army yesterday announced its intention to carry out “major missile exercises” in the Gulf of Oman today.
Iran has increased its blackmail campaign over the past few weeks, with the intention of forcing the international community to agrees to its terms.