NYT: trump said that the United States will come from nuclear deal with Iran

WASHINGTON, may 8 — RIA Novosti. The US President Donald trump said on Tuesday French President to Emmanuel Macron, that the United States out of the agreement with Iran on its nuclear program, writes the New York Times, citing an informed source.

“President trump said the President of the France Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday morning that he plans to announce a U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran,” the newspaper writes.

In addition, as the source of the NYT, “the United States is prepared to restore all sanctions, which were suspended in the framework of nuclear agreements, and to impose additional economic penalties”.

The President of the United States Donald trump is planning to make a statement on Iran on Tuesday at 14:00 (21:00 MSK).

Iran and “six” of international mediators (Russia, USA, Britain, China, France, Germany) in 2015, reached an historic agreement on the settlement of the longstanding problem of the Iranian atom: adopted a Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD), which relieves Iran of the economic and financial sanctions the UN security Council, US and EU.

Trump before the election of the President harshly criticized the agreement, calling it “the worst deal” and did not rule out that will come out of it, if the agreement will not be able to “fix”. Extending the mode of lifting the sanctions against Iran in accordance with the agreement until may 12, trump announced that this extension will be the last.

It is only part of the sanctions, which have been associated with SVPD, whereas in the United States are accepted and can be taken a number of other restrictions in connection with the “missile program” and Iran’s “support of terrorism”.