Russian President Vladimir Putin and other officials have repeatedly reaffirmed their support of Iran's position in recent weeks, and Agence-France Presse quoted a spokesperson for Putin as saying on Monday that Moscow was trying to anticipate the "negative consequences" of Trump's potential decertification.
Germany is anxious that US President Donald Trump will decide this week that Iran is not respecting a two-year-old deal to curb its nuclear programme and fears such a step will worsen the security situation in the Middle East. And when the ultimate confrontation takes place, it will be with a nuclear-armed rogue Iran. Over the weekend, Iran warned the United States that USA regional military bases would be at risk should further sanctions be imposed.
"The Europe will surely prefer relations with the U.S. to the ones with Iran", Raghfar added. After many years of hardship due to insistence on operating a nuclear programme - and given tremendous financial costs estimated at between $100 to $500bn - Iran will not back down on the nuclear issue.
Our military can do it. Moreover, our aircraft carriers can operate in only two small areas deep enough to permit sailing safely 30 minutes in one direction to launch aircraft every hour.
That's why they insisted on an agreement that requires verification rather than trust, and they knew conditions always change with time and further negotiation would eventually be possible. Iran could immediately retaliate by attacking Israel and USA troops stationed in Iraq, Afghanistan and on military bases throughout the Middle East. Both the US and Iran are combatting ISIS in Iraq and Syria, an effort that has been complicated the by historic antagonism shared between the two countries. And - aside from a faction of hard-liners in Iran - none of the other signatories agree with the U.S. President.More news: Richard Thaler wins Nobel Economics Prize
He added that the United States would have to move its military bases outside the 2,000km range of Iran's missiles. Trump is also under pressure from Israel as well to punish Iran.
Amano later the day met with Iran's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi in Rome, where he said what matters to the IAEA is their objective observations, not the political atmosphere. Though nuclear facilities at Natanz, Tehran, Esfahan, and Arak may be impaired and destroyed, it is likely the Fordow enrichment facility may only be damaged because it is under 200 to 300 feet of rock.
On 5 October, after discussing Iran and North Korea with United States military leaders, US President Donald Trump told reporters that they were witnessing "the calm before storm". The deal at least sustains control over Iran's nuclear ambitions, they argue, at a time when tensions with nuclear-armed North Korea are at a fever pitch.
Iran should not be permitted to be a nuclear weapon power. To break the deal is to permit what has been described above. They understand that President Barack Obama's signature foreign-policy accomplishment didn't freeze Iran's nuclear program - in fact, it laid the foundation for global acceptance of an Iranian nuke because the restrictions in the agreement will expire in a decade.