Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday defended the nuclear deal at the United Nations, saying it was an internationally backed accord that should not be destroyed by "rogue newcomers to the world of politics".
Haley was asked how the US could keep its worldwide credibility on dealing with increasing aggression from North Korea when it is looking to rip up the Obama-era deal. "But I think much more likely would be that all of the others that are involved in the negotiations and the settlement, including our allies in Europe - France, the United Kingdom - would actually stick with the deal, and the Americans would be effectively out in the cold". "I have decided. I'll let you know what the decision is", he said.More news: Twins 7, Tigers 3
Speaking to Fox News Business, Mrs Duff said: "Iran has adhered to the specifics of the deal, but they don't need to do nuclear research themselves since the North Koreans are doing it for them".
"I have decided", Trump told journalists when asked about an October 15 deadline to re-certify the agreement.
"On the path to improve our country's defensive capacity we will certainly not be the least affected by any threats and we won't ask anyone's permission", Brigadier General Amir Hatami said in remarks carried by state television. He has been critical of the Iran deal since his presidential campaign.More news: More on North Korea H-bomb test (in the Pacific) threat
"He takes his responsibility in this particular matter quite seriously and that is the reason he is very, very carefully considering the decision of whether we find the JCPOA to continue to serve the security interests of the American people or not".
"That foolish, extremely ugly and disgusting speech by the US president, with its gangster and cowboy language fraught with sheer lies, stems from their fury and frustration", said Khamenei. "Perhaps the technical aspects have, but in the broader context the aspiration has not", Tillerson said, adding recently the USA has taken action to counter those activities.More news: Fires still rage in Rakhine despite Suu Kyi's claims: Amnesty report
"Pulling the U.S. out of the deal would not only erode the credibility of the U.S. It would also deal a heavy blow to the worldwide nuclear non-proliferation drive, and set a bad precedent that would surely hamper the ongoing multinational efforts at finding a peaceful solution to the Korean Peninsula nuclear deadlock through negotiations", said China Daily.
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