TEHRAN, Iran – The Latest on the Iranian Atomic Deal (Local):
The European Union underscores its support for the Iranian nuclear deal US President Donald Trump is preparing to announce his verdict on the future of the agreement.
The spokeswoman for the European Commission, Maja Kocijancic, said on Tuesday that "the agreement works and our commitment to continue its implementation."
She said the International Atomic Energy Agency has ten times confirmed that Iran is fulfilling its obligations.
Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu say that Tehran has lied about its nuclear ambitions and can not be trusted.
Kocijancic said, "This is not an agreement based on trust, but an agreement based on facts."
Her boss, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, is helping to oversee the way the Iran and the Great Powers Implement the Deal and Break Out
President Donald Trump says former US Secretary of State John Kerry "can not get over the fact that he had his chance and she is overwhelmed with Iran. "
Trump responded on Tuesday to reports that Kerry quietly propagated the Iran nuclear deal. Kerry was the negotiator for the Obama administration agreement.
On Twitter, Trump added, "Stay away from the negotiations John, you're hurting your country!"
Trump will announce on Tuesday whether the US will go the 2015 agreement reached between Iran and the world powers. Under the agreement, Iran agreed to curtail its nuclear weapons development efforts against the abolition of economic sanctions.
Kerry warned at a conference in Italy of a "new arms race" and threatened other arms reduction treaties.  ___
Former US Secretary of State John Kerry, who led Obama's efforts to mediate the Iranian nuclear agreement, warned against a "new arms race" and threatened other arms reduction treaties.  Kerry spoke on Tuesday in Milan, ahead of President Donald Trump's planned announcement to free America from the nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers.
At a conference on food innovation, Kerry said that "we are dangerous today with certain people who are talking about a new arms race, and that the money it will cost" will flow into the health sector and build schools and build buildings and the establishment of weapons should take place. "
He said these measures jeopardized both the Mid-Range Nuclear Missile Treaty and the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, which ended the US-US arms race.
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Prior to President Donald Trump's decision on the nuclear deal, Iran's first vice president said that now only the "naive" would negotiate with the United States.
The Iranian semi-official ISNA news agency reported comments Tuesday by Eshaq Jahangiri, a popular reformist politician who was suggested as a possible presidential candidate in Iran's elections in 2021.
ISNA quoted Jahangiri as saying, "Today the greatest power in the world screams that it does not accept. It is up to them what to do with the business, but (from now on) naive individuals would accept talks with one
He added, "We are ready and have the plan to administer the land any circumstances."
Jahangiri's comments point to an impending political turn against any approach to the West Trump to withdraw from the deal, especially as he is a reformist – a politician who stands up for the change to the Iranian theocratic government
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The Kremlin warns that a "very serious situation "will emerge when President Donald Trump pulls the US out of the nuclear deal with Iran.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday about a planned announcement by Trump at the White House.
Peskov says that "it will be a matter of course that a very serious situation will arise" should America break away from the groundbreaking nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers.
Russia was one of the powers involved in the pact, which saw Iran agree to limit its nuclear program in exchange for lifting economic sanctions.
13:30 [1 9659038] Iranian state television reports that the country's central bank chief believes that a US withdrawal from the nuclear agreement will not have a significant impact on the Iranian economy.
The online report quotes Valiollah Seif as saying, "No, a significant effect."
However, many in Tehran and elsewhere in the country are worried about what Trump's decision for the country might mean.
The Iranian national currency, the Rial, is already traded on the black market. Despite the government-imposed rate of $ 42,000 to $ 1, the dollar was $ 66,000.
Iran's poor economy and unemployment triggered countrywide protests in December and January that killed at least 25 people and reportedly arrested nearly 5,000  ___
The Iranian parliament president said possible US exit from the nuclear deal of President Donald Trump will lead to more unity among the Iranians.
Tuesday, the report of p The site of irian.ir, the news site of parliament, quoted Ali Larijani as saying, "Mr. Trump: … Rest assured that this loyalty to the nuclear issue is the great Iranian nation encourage them to follow the path of the Islamic Revolution firmly behind the leadership of their Supreme Leader. "
Trump tweeted late Monday night saying he intends to announce his decision to get America out of the deal on Tuesday.
The Iranian president has admitted that the country may have "some problems ahead of President Donald" Trump's planned announcement that America will withdraw from the nuclear deal.
President Hassan Rouhani spoke at a meeting at a Tehran Oil Show on Tuesday.
Rouhani says, "It is possible that we will oppose some problems for two or three months, but we will go through that."
Iran has sparked the news that President Donald Trump announces his decision to pull America out of the Nuk negotiations between Tehran and the World Powers.
Trump's tweet came late on Monday night, meaning that major newspapers across Iran missed the announcement for their front pages.
The Iranian state television station aired the announcement at 10 am local time. The Iranian state-run IRNA news agency also reported it.
The semi-official news agencies brought the news of Trump's tweet overnight, while others posted foreign media reports online.
Trump's announcement, set for the 2 pm EST at the White House, will come after Iran's nightfall. Iranian officials showed no immediate response to Trump's upcoming decision.
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