Iran again responded with a refusal to the demands of US President Donald Trump to amend the agreement on the nuclear program of Tehran. This is reported by Deutsche Welle.
"This treaty is an internationally recognized and completed pact and can not be the subject of new discussions," the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
In Tehran, they stressed that they would not agree to amendments and would not undertake new obligations beyond the framework of the treaty.
We recall, the nuclear deal was concluded in 2015 in Vienna. Its main points are: Iran's export of most enriched uranium abroad; none of the country's nuclear facilities is subject to dismantling; the transformation of the Fordo plant into a research center without the necessary facilities for enriching uranium; IAEA access to all nuclear facilities for 20 years.
In exchange, it was decided to step-by-step remove sanctions from Iran.
Since his election, Trump has repeatedly stated that the deal is bad and needs to be reviewed.
What Trump requires of Iran?
There are four requirements:
1) Iran should allow international inspectors to inspect absolutely all the objects that they require for verification;
2) guarantees are needed that Iran will never be able to obtain nuclear weapons;
3) the agreement must have an unlimited duration;
4) Iran's nuclear program and its work on the development of ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear weapons can not be considered separately.