Iran expects Joe Biden to unconditionally return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal originally negotiated by President Barack Obama, Iran’s Ambassador to the U.N. said Friday.
Majid Takht Ravanchi says he already has received positive signals from the inbound Biden team.
“We have heard from the Biden team several positive remarks regarding the JCPOA and the return of the United States to its obligations based on it,” Iran’s U.N. envoy told the semi-official IRNA news service.
He further said, “it’s too early to judge exactly what the next dwellers of the White House will do,” but added Tehran “is not in a rush,” and Biden will be given time to align his policies with those of Iran.Obama and Biden
President Donald Trump kept a campaign promise back in May 2018, when he announced his decision to withdraw from the flawed Iran deal.
IRAN ALREADY STEPPING-UP NUCLEAR PLANS
As a sign of its confidence in a compliant Biden administration, Iran announced its plans to enrich uranium to 20 percent at its underground Fordo site earlier this month, a move Israel has warned proves the Islamic Republic is seeking nuclear weapons. Partial Source: breitbart.com.