U.s. Iran Nuclear Agreement

26-27 November 2018: EU and Iranian officials meet in Brussels for the third high-level summit on international nuclear cooperation. The EU and Iran are reviewing past nuclear cooperation projects and discussing the ongoing transformation of the Arak reactor and the transformation of the Fordov plant into a research site. In the end, on July 14, 2015, all parties agreed on a comprehensive nuclear agreement. [58] At the time of the announcement, shortly before 11:00 GMT, the agreement was made available to the public. [59] July 6, 2020: Behrouz Kamalvandi, spokesman for the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI), announces that construction of the damaged building in Natanz will soon begin. Kamalvandi notes that the centrifuge assembly facility in which the explosion occurred operated only at a limited capacity due to restrictions imposed by the Joint Comprehensive 2015 Action Plan. The reactions of international communities and experts to Mr. Netanyahu`s presentation were largely repugnant about their computerizing value and suspect that the timing and theatricality of the event should prompt President Trump to withdraw from the JCPOA. [121] Iran immediately backed down: Iranian Brigadier General Amir Hatami, Minister of Defense, responded to the Israeli accusations as „baseless and baseless… „Propaganda show,“ while Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif called Netanyahu „a boy who can`t stop crying the wolf.“ [122] The IAEA also issued a statement in which it reiterated that „the Agency does not have credible evidence of activities in Iran that were relevant to the development of a nuclear device after 2009. [123] White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on May 1, 2018 that the United States had discussed the introduction of the presentation with Israel, suggesting some coordination between the two governments. [124] September 2, 2015: The 34th senator announces his support for the Iran nuclear deal, meaning that Congress will not have the support of a presidential veto against a resolution that rejects the deal. 13-16 May 2014: the P5-1 and Iran begin drafting the global agreement.

June 14, 2013: Hassan Rouhani is elected President of Iran. As a former nuclear negotiator, he says Iran will maintain its nuclear program, but proposes to be more transparent. Ellie Geranmayeh, a senior political executive at the European Council for External Relations, said the episode was a reminder to both sides that „human rights will rightly remain an important factor in the development of relations regardless of the fate of the nuclear agreement.“ At the November 10 press conference, U.S. Secretary of State Kerry said the parties had „reduced differences“ and had made considerable progress in reaching an agreement during the talks. May 7, 2015: The Senate passed the Corker 98-1 Act on Congress` revision of a nuclear deal with Iran. June 12, 2009: Presidential elections are held in Iran. The president of the government, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, was declared the winner, as there were many signs that the elections had been rigged. This provoked weeks of protests in Iran and delayed diplomatic efforts to refer to Iran`s nuclear program. On October 13, 2017, President Trump announced that he would not proceed with the certification required by the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, accused Iran of violating the „spirit“ of the agreement and urged the United States.