Burjam is at a critical juncture / US to lift sanctions

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the Burjam nuclear deal was at a “critical juncture” and called on the United States to return to the deal immediately and lift sanctions against Iran.

“The Iranian nuclear issue is at a critical juncture,” said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chanying. “The immediate priority is for the United States to return to Borjam and lift the sanctions as soon as possible, and at the same time for Iran to reaffirm its commitment to return the two sides to Borjam.”

In May 1397, the US government withdrew from the Comprehensive Joint Action Plan (CJAP) and imposed other sanctions on Iran, in addition to imposing sanctions suspended under this agreement.

The administration of new US President Joe Biden, while acknowledging the failure of the previous US administration’s policy against Iran, has said it intends to bring Washington back to the agreement. However, he refused to take the necessary steps to return to Barjam.

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman expressed hope that all parties to the nuclear deal would work more urgently to reach an agreement on the initial steps to revive the deal.

“China hopes that all stakeholders will work more urgently, work together in the middle of the road, and reach a consensus on some initial steps as soon as possible so that the process of full Iran-US commitment can begin,” he said. “China will continue to work with all relevant parties to this end.”

The Biden administration has said that the condition for returning to Borjam is Iran’s withdrawal from retaliatory measures that Tehran has put on the agenda in response to the US withdrawal from Borjam and the failure of the European parties’ promises.

Iran fully complied with its obligations under the nuclear deal within a year of the US withdrawal, giving European countries that promised to compensate for the effects of the withdrawal to fulfill their obligations.

A year later, when European governments failed to deliver on their promises, Tehran announced that it would reduce its obligations under the nuclear deal in a few steps, in accordance with the provisions of the nuclear deal.

Iran has since stated that it has no obligation to comply with the UNHCR restrictions on enrichment, uranium reserves and research on advanced centrifuges. Tehran has also resumed work on an assembly line to make metal uranium.

Iran recently announced on March 26 that it would suspend the voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol. This action is in line with the implementation of the law approved by the Islamic Consultative Assembly of Iran, which obliges Iran’s partners in Borjam to lift sanctions and protect the interests of the Iranian people, in line with the rights of the Islamic Republic of Iran under Articles 26 and 36 of Borjam.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has said that all these steps are reversible and that if Washington returns to the UN Security Council, Iran will reverse these measures.

But Iran, on the other hand, has responded to the US demand that Tehran reverse its remedial measures before sanctions are lifted, saying it has no urgency or haste to return the United States to the Security Council, and that Washington is not in a position to do so due to its unilateral violation. This agreement stipulates.

Former US President Donald Trump, after leaving the UN General Assembly, pursued a policy of “maximum pressure” in addition to reinstating the sanctions suspended under the agreement and imposing new sanctions on provocative policies such as the assassination of former Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani. The Revolutionary Guards turned.

Trump’s theory was that these policies could force the Islamic Republic of Iran to negotiate a new agreement instead of Borjam.

He stepped down on January 20 this year after failing to achieve that goal. Trump has been widely criticized by his critics for his lack of a strategy for Iran, the escalation of tensions with that country, and the separation of the United States from its allies.

Biden government officials have repeatedly stated that the policy of maximum pressure against Iran has failed and failed to achieve its goals.