Iran's Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday that the US Navy had approached their patrol vessels in the Gulf and fired flares in what it called a provocative move yesterday afternoon.In a statement, the Guards said: 'The supercarrier USS Nimitz and its accompanying warship, while being monitored by the Guards' frigates, flew a helicopter near the Resalat oil and gas platform and approached the force's ships.'The Americans in a provocative and unprofessional move, sent a warning message to the frigates and fired flares.' An Iranian vessel making a close approach to a US coastal patrol ship USS Thunderbolt, right.About Iranian Personals: Launched in late 2001, Iranian Personals has facilitated hundreds of relationships and Iranian marriages via Iran Chat Room in Farsi.
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Iran could abandon its nuclear deal with world powers 'within hours', if the United States continues to impose new 'threats and sanctions', Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday. legislation also applies terrorism sanctions to the Guard and enforces an existing arms embargo.
President Rouhani's remarks to lawmakers were his most direct warning that the deal could fall apart, and risked ratcheting up tensions with the U. President Donald Trump has repeatedly said he wants to scuttle the accord with Iran, a deal reached in 2015 under his predecessor President Obama, which limits Iran's ability to produce a nuclear weapon while ending most sanctions against it. legislation passed earlier this month imposing mandatory penalties on people involved in Iran's ballistic missile program and anyone who does business with them. If Washington continues with 'threats and sanctions' against Iran, Rouhani said in parliament on Tuesday, Tehran could easily ramp up its nuclear activities.'In an hour and a day, Iran could return to a more advanced (nuclear) level than at the beginning of the negotiations' that preceded the 2015 deal, Rouhani said, though he underlined that Iran's preference is to remain in the accord.
Earlier this week, Iran's parliament voted to increase spending on the country's ballistic missile program and the foreign operations of its paramilitary Revolutionary Guard. The maneuvering around the Iran deal comes at a time when tensions have skyrocketed between the U. The agreement between Iran and world powers two years ago capped Iran's uranium enrichment levels in return for the lifting of international sanctions.