(Worthy News) – The United States reportedly wants to apply “snapback sanctions” to deter Iran from continuing to enrich weapons-grade-uranium, a strategy that was part of the original JCPOA established in 2015.
White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan told Israelis this week that the Biden administration is looking at the sanctions as a way to stop Iran from enriching uranium to 90% purity, a softer stance than has previously been taken by the administration.
When the Iran and five other countries including the U.S. agreed in 2015 to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the United Nations Security Council simultaneously passed the so-called snapback resolution, created to trigger sanctions if Iran violated the agreement in any way. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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