That is to make outlandish and outrageous demands, and then to settle for much, much less.
Trump needs to make a declaration by May 12 to prevent global sanctions from being applied on Iran. "Iran is the one that's changing the rules in the region", Netanyahu told CNN.
French president Emmanuel Macron had already predicted the US President would nix the deal.
Mr Guterres called on the U.S. leader not to withdraw from the deal, saying that it risked a real possibility of war if the agreement was not maintained. In light of this, he said, the U.S. The questions are whether Trump and Iran would accept the move.
"I believe the JCPOA [nuclear deal] was an important diplomatic victory and I think it will be important to preserve it, but I also believe there are areas in which it will be very important to have a meaningful dialogue because I see the region in a very unsafe position", he said. If the agency cares for its own credibility as a nuclear watchdog, it should decide that Iran's past declaration was false and that Iran's retention of the documents obtained by Israel, with all the nuclear know-how they contain, put it in likely breach of the agreement. "The great irony of president Trump's position that it will do the opposite of what it intends".
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A presentation by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday about what he said was documentary evidence of Tehran's past nuclear arms program could give Trump a fresh argument to withdraw, even though United Nations inspectors say Iran has complied with the terms of the deal. The White House argues this allows Tehran to restart a nuclear weapons program in 2025.
If the Israeli officials do not refrain from plotting against the Islamic republic, they will definitely regret it, he was quoted as saying. Those alarmed by Tehran's drive to become a nuclear power and its growing influence in the region, particularly in Syria, view Netanyahu's presentation as all the evidence the West needs in deciding whether they can trust anything Iran says. But he said Israel was prepared and doubted Iran would challenge Israel, given the humbling blow it was delivered.
In the case of the first scenario, Israel might attack the missiles while risking the break out of a war that may not be limited to Syria and Israel.
"Technically, we are fully prepared to enrich uranium higher than we used to produce before the deal was reached". It could try to counter Washington's measures by making it illegal for European Union businesses to comply with US sanctions. The data dump was now in a "safe place", Netanyahu added, implying that Israel - and possibly the USA - had them.
The Israeli Minister, who addressed in English, also said Israel has 100,000 "secret files that prove" that Iran lied.
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Intelligence experts and diplomats said Netanyahu's presentation, in a prime-time television presentation, did not seem to have a "smoking gun" showing a violation by Iran but it could strengthen the hand of advisers to U.S. President Donald Trump who want to scrap the nuclear agreement. Therefore, he said, Iran can not be trusted now. "Big time", Netanyahu said.
Under the JCPOA, Iran undertook to put limits on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against it.
"If one day there is a better agreement to replace it, it's fine".
The Israeli Prime Minister wasn't talking to them, though. Israel generally does not comment on specific missions but acknowledges it has carried out scores of strikes against what it describes as Iranian deployments or arms transfers to its ally Hizballah in Syria.
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