The recent actions of the European Troika regarding the presentation of the anti-Iranian resolution in the IAEA Board of Governors and the resolution in support of the limited and timed continuation of Iran's arms embargo are practically a new step in increasing pressure on Iran, and it will definitely be accompanied by the country's reaction.

NOURNEWS - Recently, following the unofficial publication of the draft US resolution on the continuation of Iran's arms embargo after the expiration of the legal deadline set in UN Resolution 2231, Admiral Ali Shamkhani, Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, warned that Iran arms embargoes should be extended by the UN Security Council, and that JCPOA will procced to its "eternal death."

Recent actions by the European Troika against the proposed anti-Iranian resolution in the IAEA Board of Governors, which will likely be put to a vote on Friday despite opposition from China and Russia. In fact, it is considered a new step in increasing the pressure on Iran and will definitely be accompanied by Iran's reaction.

The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday on US and other global powers' differences over a nuclear deal with Iran that the European Troika was drafting a resolution calling for a limited extension of Iran's arms embargo.

Europe's aim is to find a middle ground for a compromise to prevent the destruction of the JCPOA, but it is clear that the move by the European Union, which has pledged to compensate for the damage caused to Iran by the US withdrawal from the JCPOA. In practice, it is considered a hostile act by Iranand cannot go unreacted.

According to Security Council Resolution 2231, Iran's arms embargo is due to end on October 18 this year, but President Donald Trump's administration has begun a comprehensive effort to continue the sanctions by presenting new draft resolutions.

The United States has warned that it will seek to activate the "trigger mechanism" in the Borjam agreement if it fails to extend Iran's arms embargo.

The trigger mechanism is a mechanism envisaged in the JCPOA, according to which, if Iran does not fulfill its obligations, the other parties to the agreement can refer the case to the Security Council and reinstate sanctions against Iran.

Other JCPOA members, including Iran, China, Russia and Europe, have stressed that the United States has withdrawn from the nuclear deal and is no longer a party to the agreement, but the United States says the JCPOA is separate from Security Council Resolution 2231, and the resolution continues to see the United States as a "participant" in the nuclear deal.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres last week described the US position as "ridiculous and irresponsible".

"Since the United States has withdrawn from the JCPOA, it can no longer claim to have a role to play in the JCPOA," EU Commissioner Joseph Burrell implied.

Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, Germany, Britain and France, which were expected to take legal action against the United States, are seeking a middle ground in Washington's decision to issue a new resolution, and they are seeking to limit Iran's arms deals.

They hope to persuade Washington to abandon the original resolution by presenting the amended resolution, which is an amended version of the proposed US resolution, and to persuade China and Russia to abstain from voting in the Security Council and not to veto the resolution.

Iran has made it clear to Europe, Russia and China that these countries must not give in to US demands if they are interested in maintaining order, and to stand up to Washington's pressure to extend Iran's arms embargo, which is contrary to JCPOA and Resolution 2231.

The history of Iran's confrontation with the resolutions issued with the aim of exerting pressure and restricting the legal rights of the country shows that such actions have not only not accompanied Iran with illegal petitions, but rather, it has provoked a sharp reaction from Iran.

According to the Secretary-General of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, the continuation of Europe's behavior in the Council of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency and the United Nations Security Council could be a sign of the beginning of the countdown to the eternal death of the weak and dying JCPOA.


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