Iranians support unconditional US return to nuclear deal
Tehran, Feb 25 (Prensa Latina) Most of Iranians believe that the United States should return to the nuclear deal without demanding conditions, according to a survey released in Tehran on Thursday.
According to the consultation, 69 percent of those questioned supported that criterion after responding questions from Iran Poll company, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, and the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland, in the United States. About 89 percent considered that Washington should lift the coercive measures against Iran, while 55 out of 100 stressed that the two countries should resume their commitments in unison.
In addition, another 73 percent said they agree the bill on the Strategic Action Plan to Lift Sanctions, passed by the Iranian Parliament, which imposes to stop implementation of the Additional Protocol of the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
In May 2018, Washington withdrew from the multilateral nuclear deal and Tehran waited a year to begin reducing its nuclear commitments with the hope that the European signatories reacted against US unilateral measures.
Faced with the indifference of Germany, France and the United Kingdom, Iran reduced its commitments to the treaty and enriched uranium beyond what was agreed.
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