Iran ready for US’ exit from nuclear deal: analyst
Tehran, As long as there is no trace of wisdom in US President Donald Trump and his aides' decisions regarding the Iran nuclear deal, Iran has taken all the necessary considerations into account, said an analyst of the international relations.
'The threat [to quit the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran nuclear deal,] has a lot of opponent inside the US because it has a lot of consequences,' said Mohammad-Ali Mohtadi.
'Many analysts believe that this will isolate the US,' Mohtadi added.
Referring to Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi's statements, he said, 'Iran is totally ready to react to the illogical decision of Trump in this regard.'
Mohtadi also said that Salehi's remarks are not just a motto, and Iran is totally ready for that.
'Although Iran has not gained a lot from the JCPOA in the banking sector, it is still more beneficial for Iran to stay in the deal,' he added.
Referring to the fact that the US authorities are under a lot of pressure from the lobby of the Zionists and Saudis are trying to bribe them in this regard, Mohtadi said that the pressure on Iran will most probably increase.
Trump has said that although the International Atomic Energy Agency and he himself have confirmed the peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear programs several times, he is not to going to stay in the deal and will quit it on May 12.
Iran's Atomic Energy chief has said that Iran has a surprise for the ones who disrupt the deal.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency