As Iran Berates US to Mark Second Anniversary of Nuclear Deal, Critics Warn of ‘Nuclear Armed Genocidal Regime’ Down The Road

Iran’s foreign minister marked the second anniversary of the 2015 nuclear deal on Friday by accusing the US of undermining the agreement.

“We expect all the sides to abide by their commitments, but the US has remained committed to the agreement at the least level; it has not respected and supported the spirit of the deal by adopting wrong approaches and policies,” said Javad Zarif, shortly after arriving in New York for a UN summit on development.

Zarif complained that the US “has not let Iran to gain benefits from the deal completely.” While comprehensive sanctions against the Tehran regime were lifted in the wake of the deal, investor confidence in Iran remains low, with banks in particular recommending caution following the new sanctions imposed by the US Senate in June in the face of Iran’s continued support for terrorism.

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