Published: Tue, April 10, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Iran warns U.S. will 'surely regret' pulling out of nuclear deal

Iran warns U.S. will 'surely regret' pulling out of nuclear deal

"Our relations with our neighbors will be friendly relations", Rohani said. "But we will not use our weapons against our neighbours", Rouhani said.

"If they breach the deal, they will see its impact within a week or less than a week", Rouhani said.

Deadly missile strikes hit a Syrian military airbase on Monday, state media said, but Washington and Paris denied carrying them out in response to an alleged poison gas attack.

Dr Rouhani continued: "The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that bilateral, regional and global Tehran-Moscow relations are beneficial for the two nations and the world and the Iranian government is determined to develop and establish inclusive relations with Russian Federation and the Islamic Consultative Assembly supports this decision".

The Revolutionary Guards, Iran's most powerful military force, have been fighting in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for several years.

The semi-official Fars news said on Monday that four "defenders of the shrine" were killed in the air strike.

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"If any country's airplanes dare to near Iran's airspace, the air defense will definitely give a crushing response", Esmaili said.

Iranians stand in front of a bank, hoping to buy USA dollars at the new official exchange rate announced by the government, in downtown Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, April 10, 2018.

The president wants Congress to modify a law that reviews US participation in the nuclear deal to include "trigger points" that, if violated, would lead to the United States reimposing its sanctions, the official said. He also apparently said that just two per cent of devices in Iran were affected. The daily also stated that this is the first time the Iranian government makes a decision like this since it agreed to curb its nuclear activity in 2015 in exchange for the removal of nuclear sanctions.

"Some 55,000 devices were affected in the United States and 14,000 in China, and Iran's share of affected devices was 2 percent", Azari-Jahromi was quoted as saying.

Iran remains largely cut off from worldwide financial networks because of USA sanctions.

The other parties to the agreement would have been unlikely to join the United States in reimposing sanctions.

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