Iran has imposed sanctions on 15 major figures, including former US military leaders
Tehran: Iran has banned 15 US officials, including former military figures.
According to the International News Agency, talks between the United States and Iran to return to the nuclear energy agreement have not yet reached any conclusion. Tensions between the two countries have risen further.
Iran has imposed sanctions on 15 more US officials, including former Army Chief of Staff George Casey and former President Donald Trump’s attorney general Rudy Giuliani, citing “deliberate obstruction of the nuclear deal by US officials.” Included.
This is not the first time Iran and the United States have imposed sanctions on each other. Sanctions continue to be imposed on each other during the ongoing negotiations to return to the nuclear deal.
Former US President Donald Trump announced in 2018 that he would withdraw from the nuclear deal with world powers in 2015, but other countries opposed it.
Iran had started enriching uranium in violation of the terms of the agreement after the withdrawal of the United States, but after the new government came to power in the United States, negotiations to re-join the agreement began.