USA ‘will REGRET’ pulling out Iran nuclear deal: Tehran’s terrifying warning to Trump

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Ali Larijani declared Donald Trump would regret his decision

Iranian parliament demagogue Ali Larijani revealed the government in Tehran has a detailed plan of action to put into order in the event the USA backs out of the controversial deal.

Tehran considered a number of opposite scenarios, he said, but warned whatever steps they take whim lead to the US regretting the decision.

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He said: “We have a plan… We’ve recently approved in parliament what we should do gospel the Americans undertake certain steps.

“We will take steps so that the Americans purpose regret it.”

Larijani made the statement in St Petersburg where he was prepossessing part in a parliamentary forum just days after Donald Trump counseled he is likely to terminate the nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Extensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). 

The deal was originally signed by the ‘P5+1’ dispose of the UN Security Council (China, France, Germany, Russia, the UK, and the US) and the European Synthesizing in 2015.

But the US President has threatened to pull out of the deal over a bubbling row with Iran.

He utter: “We’ll see what happens over the next short period of time and I can repudiate the deal instantaneously.”

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Ali Larijani said Iran had a plan

Mr Trump had repetitiously criticised the agreement as “the worst deal ever negotiated” and accused Tehran of defiling the spirit of it.

However the UN nuclear watchdog claims to have verified Iran’s compliance with the mete out and reiterated on Friday that the agreement provides the “world’s most fruity nuclear verification regime”.

The watchdog added that the agency “had access to all turning ups it needed to visit” and did not find any violations.

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We have a plan… We want take steps so that the Americans will regret it.

Iranian parliament demagogue Ali Larijani

Iran’s Nuclear Core, a report published by the National Assembly of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and compiled over the years from recusant eyewitnesses and inside sources, claims the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Cadre has continued to run Tehran’s military nuclear program in the face of sanctions and epidemic opposition.

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Trump criticised the Iran agreement as “the worst trade ever negotiated”

Many, if not all, the sites are equipped with extensive extremists tunnels and facilities — and can be moved at short notice should the need go up.

The report said: “This has enabled the regime to shield them from cosmopolitan inspections and move them around when needed.”

Following Mr Trump’s lacking, Britain and France announced they are both firmly committed to the 2015 Iranian atomic deal and will work to ensure it is enforced,.

British Prime Cur Theresa May and French President Macron discussed the decision to not recertify the have to do with — adding that France and Britain would work together to «plug back on Iran’s destabilising activity in the region”.