Trump Administration Will Keep Iran Nuclear Deal Alive But Adds New Economic Sanctions
Friday, 12 January 2018 United States President Donald Trump extended the international nuclear accord with Iran for the final time on Friday, waiving sanctions again the country after previously disavowing the deal months ago, according to CNBC. Trump will now work with European countries to develop new plans on strengthening the deal instead of the current situation of periodic sanctions relief to keep the deal alive. Officials told CNBC that Trump is open to the deal remaining open only if he could secure a new agreement with Iran without a sunset clause. Meanwhile, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin released a separate statement that announced new sanctions targeting 14 Iranian individuals and entities over...
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