US Unilateral Sanctions on Iran

Unilateral return of sanctions by the US against Iran and how legal and fair they seem to be to the people in England and Iran. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif claims the international community has had enough of Washington's political vendetta against Tehran. "Tantrums & CAPPED TWEETS won't change the fact that the world is sick & tired of US unilateralism’ he said, adding ‘stopping US trade and killing 100K US jobs is fine with us, but the world won't follow impulsive tweeted diktats. Just ask the European Union, Russia, China & dozens of our other trading partner." Minister Zarif’s statement was in response to the American President’s attempt to bully other nations into following his lead and stop doing business with Tehran. "Anyone doing business with Iran will NOT be doing business with the United States. I am asking for WORLD PEACE, nothing less," he claimed. His warning was apparently addressed to the European Union, but the EU has in fact legislated to ban companies from complying with US sanctions or court rulings, offering compensation for any damage America does to trade. Iran remains committed to the nuclear deal, on condition that other Governments continued trade with Iran, and give Iran access to the international market. Russia and China have actively rejected the US sanctions, pledging to maintain trade ties with Iran. The other signatories to the nuclear deal show no signs of following Washington’s sanctions either. And so the general public watches on as their President stands alone in trying to stall the progress made on nuclear matters in recent years.

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