World President Trump Tells John Kerry: 'Stay Away' From Iran Nuclear Deal

19:16  08 may  2018
19:16  08 may  2018 Source:   time.com

Do not quit Iran deal, UN urges Trump

  Do not quit Iran deal, UN urges Trump UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warns of the risk of war if the nuclear accord is not preserved.Speaking to the BBC, Mr Guterres said there was a real risk of war if the 2015 agreement was not preserved.

Boris Johnson has urged President Trump not to surrender on the Iran nuclear deal , saying “at this delicate juncture it could be a mistake to stroll away ”. The overseas secretary is in Washington to influence the US president to stay part of the worldwide accord.

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Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at the 54th Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany, on February 18. © Andreas Gerbert/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at the 54th Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany, on February 18. President Donald Trump says former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry “can’t get over the fact that he had his chance and blew it” with Iran.

Trump was reacting on Tuesday to reports that Kerry quietly has been promoting the Iran nuclear deal. Kerry was the lead negotiator on the deal for the Obama administration.

On Twitter, Trump added: “Stay away from negotiations John, you are hurting your country!”

Trump is set to announce Tuesday whether the U.S. will exit the agreement reached in 2015 between Iran and world powers. Under the deal, Iran agreed to curb its nuclear weapons development in exchange for the removal of economic sanctions.

Iran will leave nuclear accord also if Trump ditches deal

  Iran will leave nuclear accord also if Trump ditches deal Iran warned on Thursday that it will quit a landmark nuclear deal with world powers if President Donald Trump pulls the United States out of the accord. "If the United States withdraws from the nuclear deal, then we will not stay in it," Ali Akbar Velayati, foreign policy advisor to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, was quoted as saying by the state television website.Trump has threatened to abandon the agreement when it comes up for renewal on May 12, calling it "insane".Iran has always denied it sought a nuclear weapon, insisting its atomic programme was for civilian purposes.

Donald Trump has taken aim at former Secretary of State John Kerry and his behind-the-scenes efforts to preserve the Iran nuclear deal , alleging that Kerry ’s actions are damaging to US interests and possibly illegal.

The president attacked Kerry as "not the best negotiator we have ever seen. "He never walked away from the table," Trump said. john kerry , iran , nuclear deal , president donald trump , shadow diplomacy.

Kerry cautioned that a “new arms race” was taking place and endangering other weapons reduction treaties.

Kerry spoke on Tuesday in Milan, ahead of Trump’s planned announcement on whether to pull America out of the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.

Kerry told a conference on food innovation that “dangerously, we find ourselves today with certain individuals who are talking about a new arms race,” and that the money it will cost “should be going to health and going to building schools and going to building infrastructures and building the future, instead building weapons.”

He said the moves were putting at risk both the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty and the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty that ended the U.S.-Soviet arms race.

Bolton says countries that deal with Iran may face U.S. sanctions .
The U.S. may put sanctions on European countries that do business with Iran after Trump pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal.“Countries that continue to deal with Iran could face U.S. sanctions,” National Security Adviser John Bolton said on ABC’s “This Week.

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