Iran to drop out of nuclear deal if US withdraws

TEHRAN, May 03 (MNA) – Senior Adviser to Iran’s Leader Ali Akbar Velayati, pointing to Ayatollah Khamenei’s remarks regarding JCPOA, said Iran is committed to the historical deal without slightest violation, but if America retreat from it, Iran will not remain either.

Iran accepts the nuclear deal as it has been prepared and will not admit any change, Velayati said on Thursday.

He stressed that even US allies, especially the European states, are willing to revise the already signed deal to remain in JCPOA, surely one of our options is to retreat.

Pointing to his meeting with the representative of Kurdish tribes in Syria, Velayati added the presence of Syria's main Kurdish leaders in the Islamic Republic of Iran and their concordance with our principled policies, is a crushing response to the United States and Saudi Arabia.

“Americans imagine that they have settled in the eastern Euphrates and the Kurdish regions, but they must know that sooner or later they have to leave those areas; the freedom of the eastern Euphrates is approaching, especially since the Kurdish tribesmen living in regions of Al-Hasakah, Raqqa, and Deir ez-Zor, have a long history of fighting with foreign powers,” he underlined.

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