U.S. says Iranian satellite violates JCPOA agreement U.S. withdrew from

U.S. says Iranian satellite violates JCPOA agreement U.S. withdrew from

Iran launched its first satellite earlier this week. U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo said it violates the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the nuclear program of Iran, which the U.S. withdrew from in 2018, as it called for Iran to refrain from activity related to nuclear-capable missiles. Russia said that Iran is allowed to explore space for peaceful reasons.

Skeptic
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IIzard
IIzard 0 months

Hey Iran didn't you learn anything from sadaam? You should have got the bomb before squaring up to the US.

The Oracle8191
The Oracle8191 0 months

If we withdrew, I see his complaint as nonsensical. Having a terrorist nation like Iran sending up satellites worries me more.

Dank Duck
Dank Duck 0 months

What's the connection between military satelite to nuclear agreement? The US GPS system has been and still has a military component to this day for their 24 in orbit satelite network. It also has military specific satellites outside of GPS with more precision for guided missiles. US hasn't withdrawn from using military satellites. I don't imagine many nations have. They did withdraw from nuclear agreement with Iran though unilaterally, so, not sure how there is complaint about a voided deal.

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