Russia is trying to convince the US to stay committed to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said.

“Russia is currently working on persuading the US leadership to keep the implemented Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Iran’s nuclear program,” Sputnik quoted Ryabkov as saying on Tuesday.

“We are focusing our efforts … on convincing our partners in the US government that they need to fulfill their duties under Iran’s nuclear deal,” Ryabkov added.

“If the United States, under any circumstances, withdraws from the nuclear deal with Iran … any side [which exits the agreement] will strike an irreparable blow to the international and regional security,” the Russian diplomat concluded.

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The U.S will just reign down fire and fury on Iran. Oops, that’s just North Korea. Shock and awe? No that was Iraq. What other catchphrase(s) can the U.S government muster into service to describe this era of hostility!!! And how much will this surge in Afganistan cost the U.S economy?? In terms of dollars? It sure didn’t take long for the U.S to get engaged in another quagmire.

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Well, I think that Fire & Fury on N-Korea is postponed. I don’t think that SK and Japan are supporting the idea and the idea that if NK starts, China will stay idle but if USA starts, China will intervene sucks “big league”, as the Trump would say… “And how much will this surge in Afganistan cost the U.S economy?? In terms of dollars?” => It all depends… On the control they get on crude opium trafficking and if they manage to loot the impressive mineral resources of the country, it’s an OK business… I have doubts about an attack… Read more »
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