Donald Trump, the U.S. President, called for considering the anti-Iranian sanctions within Nuclear Deal, which the U.S. left, and develop new ones. The White House made public the list of demands to Iran. The press-office of the Administration reported this.
“Never have an ICBM, cease developing any nuclear-capable missiles, and stop proliferating ballistic missiles to others. Cease its support for terrorists, extremists, and regional proxies, such as Hizballah, Hamas, the Taliban, and al-Qa’ida,” the message says.
Besides, the White House calls Iran for stopping “its grievous human rights abuses, shown most recently in the regime’s crackdown against widespread protests by Iranian citizens”.
“In Syria, the Iranian regime supports the Assad regime and is complicit in Assad’s atrocities against the Syrian people,” the representative of the White House added.
Today, the U.S. President informed about leaving Iran Nuclear Deal.
For now, it remains unknown, how the U.S. decision will affect the deal. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed multiple times that Iran observes the conditions of the deal, and the European Commission confirmed its intentions to preserve existing agreements.