Trump urged Iran to be more careful with threats to exceed the limit of the stockpiles of enriched uranium

Трамп призвал Иран быть осторожнее с угрозами превысить лимит запасов обогащенного урана

The Iranian authorities should be careful about threatening to exceed the limit of the stockpiles of low-enriched uranium, which was resolved a Joint comprehensive plan of action (SPVD) on the Iranian nuclear program.

The message of the American President Donald trump published on Wednesday in his Twitter.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said earlier on Wednesday that Tehran is going to reduce its obligations in the framework of the Overall comprehensive plan of action on Iran’s nuclear program for the sake of its preservation. Trump said that if Iran does not agree to cuts its obligations, then the nuclear deal will cease to exist.

Rouhani confirmed that after 7 July Iran will return to the original plan for the modernization of the nuclear reactor in Arak.

Iran, be careful with threats. They can hit you as was not beaten or by whom, previously,

– trump wrote

8 may 2019 Rouhani said that Tehran suspend part of the commitments of the nuclear deal and offered other participants two months to return to its implementation. The deadline is 7 July. According to Iranian parties, the parties to the agreement, especially the Europeans, do not fully fulfill their obligations in the economic part of the agreement, so the deal in its current form does not make sense.

On Monday the Agency Tasnim, citing its sources reported that Iran will continue to reduce its commitments in the framework AGREEMENT after 7 July, despite the launch of the Europeans interbank mechanism INSTEX.

The US President said that the Iranian regime is “playing with fire” when it became known that the country has exceeded the storage limit of fluoride enriched uranium at more than 300 pounds, which was installed SVPD. Information about the Iranian stockpiles of enriched uranium have exceeded the established nuclear agreement limits was confirmed by the Iranian foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, as well as the International atomic energy Agency.