13-16 May 2014: the P5-1 and Iran begin drafting the global agreement. The Iranian revolution took place in 1979 and Iran`s nuclear program, which had developed a certain starting capacity, was shaken when “a large part of Iran`s nuclear talent fled the country as a result of the revolution”. [26] In addition, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was initially opposed to nuclear technology and Iran waged a costly war with Iraq from 1980 to 1988. [26] April 29, 2020: Iran`s Bushehr nuclear power plant will be refuelled as planned. But in May 2019, Iran suspended commitments under the agreement and gave the other signatories 60 days to protect it from U.S. sanctions, or it would resume production of highly enriched uranium. 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in line with the commitments made by the United States under the JCPOA, although many of the PROVISIONS of the AIS are repealed as part of Washington`s commitments under the agreement. Iran Project, a non-profit organization run by senior U.S. diplomats and funded by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund in collaboration with the United Nations Association of the United Nations, supported the agreement. [224] The Rockefeller Fund also supported the San Francisco-based Ploughshares fund, which was supported for several years. [224] February 13-14, 2019: The United States and Poland hold a ministerial summit on the Middle East in Warsaw, where U.S. Vice President Mike Pence “calls on our European partners to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.” Several EU foreign ministers are boycotting the summit.

According to Press TV, the implementation of the JCPOA, followed by the lifting of all UN Security Council sanctions and all economic and financial embargoes by the United States and the European Union against Iranian banks, insurance, investments and all related services in various fields, including petrochemicals, oil and gas and the automobile will be immediately lifted. [19] However, according to the fact sheet published by the US government, sanctions in the nuclear context of the United States and the EU are suspended after the IAEA has reviewed Iran`s implementation of key nuclear measures. [17] On July 23, 2015, a hearing on the JCPOA was held before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. U.S. Secretary of State Kerry, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Energy Secretary Moniz were reckless. [191] Republican Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee, chairman of the committee, said in his opening speech that at the beginning of the discussions, the goal was to dismantle Iran`s nuclear program, while the agreement codified “the industrialization of their nuclear program.” [265] [266] Corker addressed Kerry and said, “I think you fled” and “what you did here is you made Iran a pariah in Congress now – Congress is a pariah.” [246] Corker stated that a new threshold had been crossed in U.S. foreign policy and that the agreement would “allow a public sponsor of terror to maintain a sophisticated industrial nuclear development program that, as we know, has only a real practical need.” [267] Senator Benjamin Cardin of Maryland, the most senior Democratic member of the Committee, said that he had many questions and that he hoped the answers would provoke a debate “in Congress and the American people.” [267] Democrats, led by California Senator Barbara Boxer, voted in favor of the deal, boxer said Republican criticism was “ridiculous,” “unfair” and “false.” [191] [246] Corker and Cardin sent a letter to Obama saying that the bilateral IAEA-Iran document should be available to Congress for consideration. [246] 24 November 2014: Iran and the P5-1 announce that negotiations will be extended due to progress on difficult issues and the willingness of both sides to move forward.

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j$k2041833j$k13-16 May 2014: the P5-1 and Iran begin drafting the global agreement. The Iranian revolution took place in 1979 and Iran`s nuclear program, which had developed a certain starting capacity, was shaken when 'a large part of Iran`s nuclear talent fled the country as a result of the revolution'....