"One of policies of him [Trump] is to be unpredictable but he has gone so far in this policy that U.S. is not trustworthy even for its allies", said the Iranian foreign minister touching upon Trump's probable decision about leaving the JCPOA.
"The United States must understand the unity of the global community over the nuclear deal and change their position as a result", Zarif said, urging world powers to "resist the hostile actions" of the Trump administration. Trump has said he would consider scrapping the deal.
Trump in October chose not to certify that Tehran is complying with the deal and warned he might ultimately terminate it.
Gabriel, who has been outspoken in his criticism of U.S. foreign policy since President Donald Trump took office a year ago, said the United States was right to address concerns about Iran's strategy in the Middle East.
With the deadline looming on Saturday, three months after the decertification of the deal by the White House last October, the Associated Press reported on Wednesday that Mr Trump "is expected this week to extend relief from economic sanctions to Iran as part of the nuclear deal, citing progress in amending USA legislation that governs Washington's participation".
The popular demonstrations that erupted in Iran in late December, the largest since the Green Movement protests in 2009, have created a pretext for the Trump administration to renege on the nuclear deal, which it has tried to nix throughout its first year in office.
'Black Widow' Movie in the Works With Black List Screenwriter Jac Schaeffer
There's more great news because The Wrap reports that Jac Schaeffer is set to write a script for a Black Widow standalone movie. Marvel Studios has reportedly begun developing a standalone film centering on Natasha Romanoff a.k.a.
"We greatly value the JCPOA, the nuclear deal with Iran, we think it is a considerable diplomatic accomplishment, it's a way of stopping Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons and Iran is in compliance with this agreement according to the International Atomic Energy Agency", Johnson said.
Following a short trip to Moscow for political negotiations, Zarif has travelled to Brussels to meet with European Union Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini and the foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany to discuss the latest developments regarding the JCPOA. "IAEA has verified Iran's full compliance, but continuation will depend on full US compliance", he wrote. But is this the end of the deal for Iran and other parties as well?
President Trump will begin deliberating whether to reimpose sanctions on Iran today, possibly unequivocally violating the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal.
The 2015 deal stipulates that the White House must make a decision every four months on whether to keep the broad-based sanctions waivers in place.
Trump and his top advisers have been negotiating with USA lawmakers on Capitol Hill to try to change sanctions legislation so that he does not face a deadline on whether to recertify Iranian compliance with the nuclear deal every 90 days. "We can't again rely on the Europeans weak promises, we should put an end to this sequence of damages as soon as U.S. kills the nuclear deal", says Hossein Lotfi, a conservative political activist.