‘Iran is NOT BLUFFING’ Tehran issues chilling nuclear bomb threat to Trump and West

Monday, April 30, 2018
By Paul Martin

IRAN’S top nuclear chief says they are prepared to enrich uranium to a higher level than before 2015 nuclear deal.

By ALAHNA KINDRED
Express.co.uk
Mon, Apr 30, 2018

The country’s nuclear chief Akbar Salehi said on Iran state TV he hoped the US President would come to his senses and not pull out of the multinational deal.

US President Donald Trump has given European signatories of the 2015 deal a May 12 deadline to “fix the terrible flaws” in the agreement, or he will refuse to extend US sanctions relief on Iran.

Mr Salehi warned Trump against taking this course and said that Iran is not bluffing.

He said: “Technically, we are fully prepared to enrich uranium higher than we used to produce before the deal was reached… I hope Trump comes to his senses and stays in the deal.”

Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China and the EU say Mr Trump cannot unilaterally cancel an accord.

The US president has accused Iran of supporting terrorism and that the 2015 deal isn’t enough to block its path to acquire nuclear weapons.

Leaders from Iran say they do not want nuclear arms and blames the US and its allies for stirring up tension in the Middle East.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the US need to “leave” the Middle East.

In a reference to Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman he said: “One of the ways to confront Iran is to provoke inexperienced rulers of the region.

“Americans are trying to provoke Saudi Arabia against Tehran.Their aim is to create more regional crisis. to push Muslims to fight against Muslims.

“If these governments gain more wisdom, they will not confront Iran. If they confront Iran, they will be defeated.”

Officials from Iran reiterated that Tehran isn to going to suspend its defensive missile capability.

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