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7/9/2019 2:10:41 PM

Iran ramps up enriching uranium, threaten to give no better nuclear deal

Iran launched its enrichment of uranium and warned the US not to achieve the better nuclear deal rather the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2015 after the US threatened to prevent Iran from getting atomic weapons.
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Iran announced to start enriching uranium with to 20 percent of purity and restore its deactivated centrifuges on July 8th, breaking the 2015 nuclear agreement which the US withdraws last year after the US’s threat to impose the new sanctions to Iran. Especially, US Vice President Mike Pence describe the US’s action as halting Iran from supporting to armed groups in Middle East and attacks against Israel. 
He said “Iran must choose between caring for its people and continuing to fund its proxies who spread violence and terrorism throughout the region and breathe out murderous hatred against Israel”.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said “Donald Trump on the folly that killing JCPOA through Economic Terrorism” to criticize the US’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal to get the “better deal”.
He also warned “it becomes increasingly clear that there won’t be a better deal” to give a message that Iran won’t negotiate a new deal for US’s benefits on the Twitter.

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Trump immediately discussed with President Emanuel Macron about Iran’s warning. A White House spokesman said “They discussed ongoing efforts to ensure that Iran does not obtain a nuclear weapon and to end Iran's destabilising behaviour in the Middle East”.
Macron’s top diplomatic adviser shared that he will visit Iran on July 9 – 10 to ease the tension between the US and Iran
“The important thing in a crisis situation such as this one is to find the middle points that take us from extreme tension to negotiation, that's what we're trying to do" said the adviser.
Aljazeera  ( Van Nguyen )
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