Unless Iran is willing to renegotiate nuclear deal, U.S. will apply all measures to assure its security

The International Atomic Energy Agency presented, in a meeting of its Board of Governors in Vienna last night, with a report that once again claims – based on data it obtained – that the Islamic Republic continues to adhere to the constraints implemented by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. The IAEA report prompted Iran’s ambassador to the organization to call on the international community to force the United States to put an end, to what Tehran perceives as, “the continued violation of international laws.” He further asserted that the latest IAEA report confirmed Iran’s compliance with its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal, which is attested to “transparency” of the country’s nuclear program. That said, the Iranian ambassador emphasized that unless the Islamic Republic benefits from the deal, it will resume its nuclear program to its full operational capacity. Iran’s Ambassador to the IAEA Kazem Gharibabadi stated “While appreciating the strong support of the international community to the deal, which was also expressed by the overwhelming majority of the states in today’s meeting, the Islamic Republic of Iran has always expressed loud and clear that if the deal is to survive, Iran should also be benefited from the deal. “A senior U.S. official told TV7 in response to the Iranian demands, that unless Iran will be willing to renegotiate the flawed nuclear agreement, as well as its malign activities across the Middle East, Washington will continue to use all the tools at its disposal in a responsible manner, to assure the security of the United States and its allies in the Middle East. The official also reiterated a warning by President Donald Trump, in which the U.S. leader threatened the Ayatollah regime ‘not to test America’s determination when it comes to constraining Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.’