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Europe Has 60 Days To Give Nuclear 'Guarantees' - Iran

15 May 2018

Mehrdad Emadi, an economic expert and consultant at the UK-based Betamatrix International Consultancy, believes that the re-imposition of the US sanctions against Tehran will not cut the country's oil export to below the pre-nuclear deal period in short term, but in medium term it can seriously impact Tehran's oil sale.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said last week he is highly doubtful that Europe will provide the "real guarantees" needed for Iran to stay in the nuclear deal.

Fortunately, the Obama-era sanctions that Trump has moved to reimpose have some lesser-known safety valves should oil markets later overheat as a result of the Iran decision.

The administration then knew it was a lie and accepted anyway, ” he said. Money is already flowing back to the US because of Trump's tax reforms.

Bolton also repeated the administration's objection to the sunset provisions in the Iran deal, which President Donald Trump had called "totally unacceptable", reported CNN.

The President withdrew America from the historic Iran agreement last week, but other nations, including the UK, France, and Germany, have said that they will continue to uphold it. And this is what he discussed with President Macron.

In another sign global supplies could rise further, data in the afternoon showed U.S. crude producers added 10 rigs in the latest week. Rallying a collective response is doable, they claim, since the Iran deal is one the few areas EU members agree on.

"I want to stress that that does not mean we are in any sense not going to be working with the Americans", Johnson said, adding: "it's vital that we continue to engage with the USA and continue to interrogate our friends in Washington about how they see the nuclear deal developing". Since the 1970s, Israel has maintained a nuclear deterrent in order to maintain a favorable balance of power with its neighbors.

Ties ebbed with the outbreak of the Syrian war in 2011, when the Hamas leadership-in-exile left Syria amid President Bashar Assad's crackdown on Sunni Muslim rebels, many with ideologies similar to those of the Muslim Brotherhood, the parent movement of Hamas.

In a fact check of that remark, The New York Times deemed the claim "exaggerated".

Iran said it had asked Europe's Airbus to announce whether it would go ahead with a plane deal with Tehran following the US pullout. Getting around it means changing transactions to euros, as part of a larger move to increase financial independence from the United States.

Greg McKenna, chief market strategist at futures brokerage AxiTrader, is at the top end of that range.

Zarif hopes to redesign the deal without American involvement. Ayatollah Khamenei has voiced a preference "for East over West", in particular towards Russiaand China, rival great powers that may offer a counterbalance to the US. For both reasons, the Iranians would have felt they had to come to Syria's aid and start pouring military resources into the fight. Iran was governed by the Shah, with his beautiful uniform and his beautiful wife (please indulge me for once, dear feminists).

"Well, the inspectors don't know everything", the national security adviser said. The conflict, which began in 2011, was gathering force by 2015, with ISIS claiming territory and gaining strength in its quest to unseat the Assad government.

Israel and Iran engaged in an extensive military exchange on the heels of Trump's decision to leave the deal. "I think that will sink in; we'll see what happens then", Bolton said.

Noisy demonstrations have become tired old routine by now - designed by a regime that wants to deflect the people's anger toward America and not on the very serious problems brewing at home.

Europe Has 60 Days To Give Nuclear 'Guarantees' - Iran