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Table Iran: Agreement and Mass Destruction

table iran: This can have long-term negative consequences for everyone at the table, according to Toronto Star. Iran agreed in 2015 to allow international supervisors to monitor its nuclear activities, reassuring other nations that it is not developing weapons of mass destruction. It's unfortunate to see the Trump administration vetoing this agreement without another agreement in place, said Payman Parseyan, president of the Iranian Heritage Society of Edmonton. In return, those nations would lift a number of crippling economic sanctions. Tearing up the deal was one of his campaign promises. Trump announced Tuesday that the United States will withdraw from the landmark agreement. ( As reported in the news.