Biden Administration Waives Sanctions On Iran As Nuclear Deal Deadline Looms


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(Worthy News) – The Biden Administration has waived on ’s civilian program in a last-ditch effort to bring Tehran back into compliance with the 2015 , reversing the administration’s decision to rescind it.

The move will allow foreign countries and companies from , and to cooperate with Iran in assisting the non-military parts of Iran’s nuclear program under the terms of the 2015 deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA, according to The Times Of .

The 2015 nuclear deal eased economic sanctions on Iran while placing restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program. Former President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the accord in 2018 and reimposed sanctions, arguing that they gave Iran a pathway to developing the bomb, The Times Of Israel reported. The Trump administration kept the sanctions waiver in place until May of 2020, calling them a necessity to maintain oversight over Iran’s nuclear program and help reduce proliferation risks, according to NBC . [ Source: Daily Caller (Read More…) ]

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