Iran says U.S. push to extend Tehran's arms embargo is 'illegitimate'

Source: Reuters - View Original Article
Published: May 04, 2020
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89% Liberal


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Iran

Sentiments

93% "Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal in 2018 and reimposed sanctions on Tehran that have crippled its economy.""
80% "The United States is not a member of the nuclear deal anymore ...""
78% "America's move is illegitimate and our reaction will be proportionate, Abbas Mousavi said in a televised weekly news conference.""
77% "President Donald Trump's administration has been taking a harder line with the United Nations over its desire to extend and strengthen the embargo on ..."
72% "The United States said on Thursday it was hopeful the U.N. Security Council would extend the arms embargo on Iran before it expires in ..."
64% "Iran's reaction to America's illegal measures will be firm, Mousavi said.""
62% "It argues that Washington's actions justify such a course.""
61% "Iran, which denies its nuclear program is aimed at building a bomb, has gradually rolled back its commitments under the accord since the United ..."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

93% : Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal in 2018 and reimposed sanctions on Tehran that have crippled its economy.
80% : DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran dismissed as "illegitimate" efforts by the United States to extend the U.N. Security Council arms embargo on Tehran, an Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Monday.
80% : "The United States is not a member of the nuclear deal anymore ...
78% : America's move is illegitimate and our reaction will be proportionate," Abbas Mousavi said in a televised weekly news conference.
77% : President Donald Trump's administration has been taking a harder line with the United Nations over its desire to extend and strengthen the embargo on Iran.
72% : The United States said on Thursday it was "hopeful" the U.N. Security Council would extend the arms embargo on Iran before it expires in October.
64% : Iran's reaction to America's illegal measures will be firm," Mousavi said.
62% : It argues that Washington's actions justify such a course.
61% : Washington has threatened to trigger a return of all U.N. sanctions on Iran as leverage to get backing from the 15-member Security Council on extending the U.N. arms embargo on Tehran.
61% : Iran, which denies its nuclear program is aimed at building a bomb, has gradually rolled back its commitments under the accord since the United States quit.
49% : "Iran is not seeking to exit the 2015 nuclear deal with six powers ...
48% : Under the deal, Iran agreed to halt its sensitive nuclear work in exchange for sanctions relief.

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