Us Agreement With Iran
The agreement between the EU and Iran on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is the culmination of 20 months of “work-intensive” negotiations.   April 22, 2016: Iranian and U.S. officials meet in Vienna and sign a sales contract for Washington to buy 32-ton water for $8.6 million. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif are meeting in New York to discuss the implementation of the agreement. In statements after the meeting, Kerry said Washington was working to resolve confusion among foreign banks over sanctions lifted in January. 20-24 November 2013: Iran and the P5-1 meet in Geneva to continue negotiations. On 23 November, the foreign ministers of the P5-1 will participate in the negotiations. On 24 November, Iranian Minister Javad Zarif and Catherine Ashton, head of the P5-1 negotiating team, signed an agreement called the Joint Plan of Action. It defines specific measures and a broad framework for each side, as part of a six-month agreement of the first phase, to guide negotiations for a comprehensive solution.
June 17, 2019: Iran announces it will exceed the 300 kilogram threshold for enriched uranium gas at 3.67% in ten days. December 1, 2016: Congress decides to extend the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) by 10 years, which will come into force on December 15. The extension of the ISA is in line with the commitments made by the United States under the JCPOA, although many of the PROVISIONS of the AIS are repealed as part of Washington`s commitments under the agreement. Retired marine corps Anthony Zinni said he had refused both parties` requests to sign their letters and told Time magazine: “I am convinced that 90% of the guys who signed this letter in one way or another have no idea if it is a good deal or a bad deal. They sign it because someone asked them to sign it. On the JCPOA, Zinni said: “The agreement is fine if you think it can work. But if it`s a Neville Chamberlain, then you`re in a world.  February 19, 2015: A report by the Director General of the IAEA confirms that Iran is complying with its obligations under the interim agreement, including additional provisions arising from the November 2014 extension. The report states that “Iran continues to provide the Agency with managed access to centrifuge assembly plants, centrifuge rotor manufacturing facilities and storage facilities.” After the arrest of human rights defender Farhad Meysami by the Iranian regime, the US State Department supported him in a statement. Meysami then wrote a letter in which he harshly criticized U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Von Donald Trump administration, writing: “I would rather spend my whole life being locked up by a group of my repressive and ignorant compatriots and trying to correct their misconduct through reformist action rather than spending a second submitting to the shame and shame of the support of those who have not respected their commitments and withdrawn from the iran nuclear deal, rational and peaceful. Against all the principles of morality and international law, and new inhumane sanctions that have thrown millions of my fellow Iranians into poverty.  On 5 January 2020, following the air strike on Baghdad airport, which targeted Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and was killed, Iran declared that it would no longer respect the restrictions of the agreement, but that it would continue to consult with the IAEA, leaving open the possibility of regaining control.
 11 November 2013: IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano and Ali Akbar Salehi meet in Tehran to continue discussions on an Agency investigation plan into Iran`s previous military activities.