US ambassador urges Britain to ditch support for Iran nuclear deal

Iraq’s Abadi to visit Turkey Iran amid US sanctions row

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi arrives at a NATO summit in Brussels

The first phase of the unilateral sanctions came into effect on Tuesday, targeting Iran's purchase of United States dollars, trade in gold and other precious metals as well as its automotive sector.

In a letter to the Consortium of Moroccan Banks (GPBM), Morocco's minister of foreign affairs, Nasser Bourita, instructed the kingdom's banks to "take all necessary measures" to avoid the political repercussions that may result from trading with Iran, L'Economiste reported on August 9.

"Together, we can help bring about the peace and prosperity in Iran that the whole world wants to see".

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said last week that Trump's repudiation of the nuclear deal was illegal and Iran would not yield to Washington's renewed campaign to strangle Iran's vital oil exports. The historic deal, backed by the US, Russia, and China, and negotiated by the European Union, saw the lifting of economic sanctions against Iran for ditching its nuclear program. "We are asking global Britain to use its considerable diplomatic power and influence and join us as we lead a concerted global effort toward a genuinely comprehensive agreement".

Nicki Minaj Drops Unreleased Nas Featured Track "Sorry"
She then expresses that she wants her former boyfriend to make "turn up" music as opposed to "pain music". 'I wasn't done Stephen. Well, only one person so far got irritated then I told him how much I love him and he understands now.

The decision came after U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from a landmark 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers. Trump has described the 2015 nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), as a "horrible, one sided" agreement. The UK's trade with Iran was £365million in 2016.

Johnson said the Tehran regime had used the flow of money coming in to the country since the easing of sanctions not to improve the lives of ordinary Iranians but to beef up spending on the military and networks of proxy forces and terrorists. He said Iran needed to make tangible and sustained changes to behave like a normal country.

On several tempestuous issues dividing Trump and Europe in a deepening rift, May has been caught trying to please both sides. Of all the G-7 leaders at the bruising summit, she largely side-stepped the public skirmishing.

Trump slapped the first round of sanctions on the Islamic Regime last week that targets Iran's purchasing of United States dollars, trading in precious metals and its automotive sector.

Latest News