© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif speaks at the Presidential Palace in Baabda
DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran’s decision to end rush inspections by UN inspectors on February 23 would not mean abandoning the 2015 nuclear deal. However, the United States must lift sanctions against Tehran to save the pact, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Sunday.
In an interview with Iranian state television, Zarif also criticized the administration of US President Joe Biden, saying that “practically the same policy” of “maximum pressure” as his predecessor Donald Trump.
“All of our steps (to break the agreement) are reversible … The United States must return to the agreement and lift all sanctions … The United States is addicted to sanctions, but it should know that Iran is not pressure will give way. ”
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