washington - US President Donald Trump is currently maintaining the international agreement on curbing Iran's nuclear program. Iran and six world powers have to adjust the agreement within 120 days. Otherwise American sanctions will follow against Iran. That reported the White House Friday.
Washington wants Iran to impose definitive restrictions on the uranium enrichment program, according to the BBC. In the current agreement these restrictions apply until 2025. If uranium is enriched to 90 percent, it can be used for atomic weapons.
The Iran agreement, in which Tehran promises to phase out the nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of sanctions, was closed in 2015 after years of negotiations. The Tehran regime reached agreement with four Western powers (the US, Great Britain, France and Germany), China and Russia.