Iran violated the agreement by presenting a false presentation as an appendix to the contract.
Nuclear proliferation may soon become a thing of the past
What happens next with Iran’s nuclear program remains unclear.
"The ultimate goal is to lay the groundwork for getting everyone back to the table and negotiating a new deal," said the US State Department.
The consent of all 28 member states of the European Union is necessary in order to approve the new sanctions against the Islamic republic, and Italy is the only country opposing the program.
What needs “nixing” is not the JCPOA – a piece of paper – but the Iranian nuclear infrastructure.
These comments came a day after reports that Israel attacked an Iranian military installation outside of Damascus.
John Kerry said that Israel and Egypt urged the US to “bomb Iran” before the Iranian nuclear deal was signed in 2015.
European leaders say they are determined to keep alive the accord, which offered Iran an economic lifeline and opened new investment opportunities for European businesses.
The Iranian regime must be defeated. It is shocking that, unlike President Trump, Britain is intent on appeasing it.