Iran announced last Sunday that the uranium enrichment will exceed 3.67% in "a few hours." Iran said that unless the parties to the Iranian nuclear agreement take measures to protect them from sanctions, Iran will stop fulfilling part of the agreement every 60 days.
"Russia Today" (RT) reported on July 8 that US Secretary of State Pompeo warned that the United States will "further isolate and sanction" Iran. Pompeo also claimed that Iran "having nuclear weapons will pose a greater threat to the world."
Pompeo launched on July 7th, "Iran's latest nuclear program expansion will lead to further isolation and sanctions." He also claimed that "the countries should restore the long-term standard of Iran's nuclear program, and the Iranian regime with nuclear weapons will constitute the world." More threats."
In the afternoon, Trump told reporters in New Jersey that "Iraq is better to be careful" after breaking the uranium enrichment abundance limit.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said on Sunday that the move was intended as a "remedy" measure. Part of Iran’s cessation of fulfillment《伊核协议》promises that “there is parallel with the rescue rather than the destruction of the agreement, and this trend may now lead Iran to withdraw《伊核协议》”.
Iran wants to force《伊核协议》European signatories to fulfill their commitments. Zarif also added that if Iran believes that any signatory country has not fulfilled its commitments, the agreement allows Iran to do so.
Tehran insisted that the EU expand its special payment mechanism for Iraq and allow Iran to export oil under the premise of evading US sanctions. Currently, the “Tradelink Support Tool” (INSTEX) only allows food and drug trade.
"Russia Today" believes that EU leaders have always hoped to "maintain the agreement without angering Washington." French President Mark Long said on Saturday that he intends to "restart" the dialogue with Iran.
xxHowever, Mark Long warned that after Iran broke through the threshold of uranium enrichment, it "inevitably" produced non-specific consequences. Both Britain and Germany have urged Iran to stop further uranium enrichment activities, but no European country directly threatened to sanction Iran.
Russian satellite news agency quoted EU foreign and security policy spokesperson Maya Koziyancic (Maja's further measures.
Koziyancic stressed that the EU is waiting for further information from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), after the International Atomic Energy Agency has investigated the increase in Iran's uranium enrichment activities.xx