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U.S. President Trump Wants Iran to cut its Nuclear Produce

Trump wants Iran to cut is Nuclear production to smoothen further deal
Trump wants Iran to cut is Nuclear production to smoothen further deal

President Trump Wants Iran to agree on cutting down its nuclear produce.

Donald Trump, due to Iran’s nuclear production, withdrew last year from the nuclear deal with Iran and other six other world powers.

The Nuclear Deal was signed in 2015 with the Islamic Republic of Iran and Permanent members of the United Nations and European Union.

Due to difference in negotiations, the deal was not accepted by Iran and this led US to withdraw from the deal.

The withdrawal of US from nuclear deal led Iran to face hard US economic sanctions. As the deal required Iran to produce Uranium stockpile in a limited amount i.e. it should not exceed the limit of 3.67.

Iran was further asked to limit its nuclear arms production to which Iran simply rejected the deal and its defence minister said that Iran will produce as much uranium as it wants.

On weapons and arms, Iran said that Iran is not going to stop their production and will import or export according to the need of its regional allies.

US asked other members to follow strict measures in dealing with financial sanctions with Iran. US has also asked India not to import oil from Iran as India is the biggest importer of oil from Iran.

In response, India refused to pay heed to US sanctions and said that US has no right to put sanctions on any country on its behalf. But on the other side, US has claimed that no one can deny US demand and India has also agreed to the US terms.

When asked about the further deal with Iran again, he said that Iran should agree not to produce nukes.

Regarding, Senator Rand Paul, President denied some reports mentioning Paul as his emissary on Iran. He said that Rand Paul is not authorised to negotiate with Iran.

Trump, simply wants a fair deal with Iran.

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