US president Barack Obama says Washington will vigorously pursue enforcing new sanctions against Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani ruled out the idea that Saturday’s implementation of a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, known as the JCPOA, would eliminate Iranians’ mistrust of the US.
Regardless of the substantial weakening of anti-Iranian sanctions, the US will continue their fault-finding activity against Tehran to be able to further pressure it for its involvement into the regional conflicts and for its missile developments, Middle East experts told RIA Novosti.
The U.S. Treasury Department unleashed sanctions against 11 people and companies involved in Iran's ballistic missile program Sunday, just one day after President Obama lifted sanctions based on Iran's nuclear program.
The Senate will consider new measures to make it even more difficult for refugees trying to enter the United States from Iraq and Syria.
Speaking in the parliament in comments broadcast live on state television, Hassan Rouhani said, “In [implementing] the deal, all are happy except Zionists, warmongers, sowers of discord among Islamic nations and extremists in the US. The rest are happy.”
Iranian Foreign Minister on Saturday held separate bilateral meetings with his counterparts from Austria and the United States on the day when the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers is expected to be implemented.
The United States will always find an excuse to threaten new sanctions against Iran, which is in line with the decades-old policy of undermining the Islamic Republic as an independent sovereign nation in the Middle East, says an American political analyst.
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