Iran opens new centrifuge rotor factory: nuclear chief

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The other members of the agreement opposed this step of the U.S. The European partners of Washington stated that they intend to continue to comply with the terms of the deal with Iran.

"Instead of building this factory in the next seven or eight years, we built it during the negotiations but have not started it", Salehi, said, according to state media.

In May, Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the global nuclear deal and promised to reimpose U.S. economic sanctions on Tehran to undermine "a terrible one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made".

EU countries this week gave European firms legal cover to operate in Iran despite the USA pullout from the nuclear deal, after a report that the Trump administration has rejected calls by Brussels for an exemption from sanctions.

The official representative of USA state Department on condition of anonymity, said on July 17 Reuters that the claim Iran is "baseless", and that Washington intends "actively to defend the United States before the worldwide court".

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Back in 2015, Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.

"The report then elaborated on the USA administration's moves over the past three months as well as the other measures it adopted following an exclusive speech by the United States president dedicated to his country's new policies towards Iran on May 8", he noted.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has also said Europe needs to move beyond rhetorical backing for the deal.

Iran has secured a deal with Russian Federation to allow it to sidestep U.S. sanctions aimed at restricting its ability to import foreign goods, the country's foreign minister has revealed.

A USA delegation of Treasury and State Department officials will in Ankara on Friday to discuss sanctions on Iran. Although the ICJ, based in The Hague, is the highest United Nations court and its decisions are binding, it has no power to enforce them, and countries, including the U.S., have occasionally ignored its rulings. "It is necessary to put a stop to this behavior", Zarif said.

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"PSA made its decision with regard to the new US sanctions, in order to be in conformity with American regulations", a company spokesman said on Wednesday.

On 6 June, France, Britain, Germany and the European Union had sent US President Donald Trump's administration a joint official request for their companies to be exempt from the fresh US sanctions on Iran.

The ICJ was set up in 1946 to rule in disputes between countries. But the latest reporting gives little indication of how seriously either case is likely to be taken.

A State Department official said the application was without merit and the United States would fight it in the court.

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