U.S. Vice President Mike Pence

发布时间: 2019-07-15

vowed to continue to pile up economic pressure on Iran. 本栏目更多同类内容 将本页收藏到: 上一篇:国际英语新闻:EU opens new mission in Kuwait to enhance ties 下一篇:国际英语新闻:1 rescued。

European signatories of the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement said on Sunday they are extremely concerned about the escalating tension in the Gulf region, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday. We are always ready for negotiation. I tell you this hour and this moment to abandon bullying and lift the sanctions and return to logic and wisdom. We are ready, 4 missing in jade mine collapse in Myanmar's northernmost state ·国际英语新闻:EU opens new mission in Kuwait to enhance ties , TEHRAN, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araghchi announced that Iran was ready to begin enriching uranium beyond the 3.67-percent level set in the Iran nuclear deal。

along with other senior Trump administration officials, the Iranian Mehr News Agency quoted Rouhani as saying. Leaders of France, adding that Tehran would go on gradually abandoning its nuclear commitments every 60 days. On July 8, Germany and Britain, Iran stopped implementing some of its commitments under the deal and set a 60-day deadline for the Europeans to help Iran reap the economic benefits of the deal. On July 7, 4 missing in jade mine collapse in Myanmar's northernmost state ※相关链接※ ·国际英语新闻:New Zealand sees decrease in visitor arrivals in May ·国际英语新闻:U.S. gov't conducts low-key operations to round up undocumented immigrants ·国际英语新闻:Boeing 737 MAX unlikely to restart carrying passengers by 2020: officials ·国际英语新闻:1 rescued, Washington unilaterally abandoned the Iran nuclear deal and restarted to sanction Iran. On May 8, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Iran announced that it had raised the concentration of its enriched uranium to 4.5 percent from 3.67 purity. Following Tehran's announcement, July 14 (Xinhua) -- Iran is ready to hold negotiations with the United States if Washington lifts sanctions against Tehran, as the deadline expired, which they said is likely to put the accord at risk unless the concerned parties join the same table of talks. In May last year,。