New US sanctions are 'breach' of nuclear deal, Iran says

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Tillerson was speaking at a news briefing in Washington on August 1.

During the investiture ceremony, Mr Rohani said that his country, which has faced several years of sanctions, "will never accept the isolation (...) The nuclear deal is a sign of the willingness of Iran to the global level".

US President Donald Trump signed into law Wednesday morning legislation that levies new sanctions against Iran, alongside Russian Federation and North Korea.

Despite his election triumph, Mr. Rohani has been criticized inside the country, the conservatives blaming him for having made too many concessions to the great powers and have not listened to their warnings against the United States, sworn enemy of Iran.

London -The United States, backed by France, Britain and Germany on Wednesday pushed for action at the UN Security Council following Iran's launch of a satellite rocket that all four countries described as a threatening and provocative step.

The bill seeks to ban anyone dealing with Iran's ballistic missile program from entering the United States, and blocks transactions on properties held in the USA by people associated with the program.

"We believe that the nuclear deal has been violated and we will react appropriately", deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi said on state television.

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Reiterating that the main goal of the White House administration is apparently to "destroy the nuclear deal", Arachi promised that Tehran will deliver an "intelligent" response to America's "hostile" act.

"One country stands out for its deliberate, systematic contributions of weapons, training and funding for terrorist groups", Haley said.

Separately, on July 28, the Trump administration sanctioned six Iranian entities after Iran tested a space launching device.

But with Iran gaining the upper hand across the Middle East, through its support for proxies in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq, US lawmakers appear determined to ratchet up tensions. The US must certify to Congress every 90 days that Iran is complying with the deal.

He denounced the move as one of Washington's latest ant-Iran actions and another instance of USA animosity toward the civilized and cultured people of Iran as well as an insult to all freedom-seeking people across the world.

Trump signed off the new sanctions - which also target Russian Federation and North Korea - on Wednesday.

Ryan added that the sanctions directly target "the destructive and destabilizing activities of Iran, Russia, and North Korea".

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