Iran says it won't abide by UN resolution that it claims binds the US

Washington Free Beacon:
Multiple senior Iranian officials have vowed in recent weeks to violate the recently inked nuclear accord that aims to constrain the Islamic Republic’s contested nuclear enrichment program, according to multiple comments by top Iranian leaders.

Iranian leaders, including President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, have said that the country has “no intention” of abiding by a United Nations Security Council Resolution that encompasses the deal and other restrictions on Tehran’s rogue activities, according to these comments.

These officials said that Iran views the recent Iranian nuclear deal secured in Vienna as separate from the resolution endorsing the deal and further prohibiting Iran from developing advanced ballistic missiles and purchasing other types of arms, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute, or MEMRI, which issued a report compiling recent statements by Iran.
Why would the US trust these people to do their own inspections of their nuclear facilities on military bases where they experimented in triggering nuclear weapons?   This is another example of the Iranian governments perfidy.  They claim the UN resolution will bind future Presidents of the US but not them.  In contract law this would be called a unilateral contract that is void on its face.


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