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US Unlikely to Quit Nuclear Accord

US Unlikely to Quit Nuclear Accord US Unlikely to Quit Nuclear Accord

US President Donald Trump is unlikely to pull out of the 2015 Iran nuclear accord, despite his repeated threats and recent decisions to replace two of more moderate members of his cabinet with Iran hawks, a lawmaker said.
"I do not think that the Americans will withdraw from the JCPOA because it is widely believed that the US establishment does not consider a pull-out from the JCPOA to be in the US interest," Morteza Saffari said in an interview with ICANA on Monday.
JCPOA stands for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the formal title of the landmark agreement between Iran and the six world powers to subject Tehran's nuclear work to time-bound constraints in return for relief from international sanctions.
 

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