An Iranian university professor says the potential removal of sanctions against Iran would be the least the United States could do to make up for its sabotage of the 2015 nuclear agreement between the Islamic Republic and others.
Tehran University Professor Mohammad Marandi, who is accompanying the Iranian delegation to the Vienna talks, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Tuesday as he was offering a contrastive analysis of the way the US and Iran have been treating the historic accord.
“From day one, when they signed the deal in Vienna, they (the Americans), violated the deal. Under [Joe] Biden, they’re violating the deal, under [Donald] Trump, they violated the deal, and under [Barack Obama] Obama they violated the deal,” he said.
The agreement obliged the US to remove the sanctions in return for Iran effecting some voluntary changes in its peaceful nuclear energy program.
Former US president Barack Obama,…