President Obama speaks on nuclear deal– Obama expressing worries that the deal would not prevent Iran from getting the bomb, may create more war in Middle east.
US President Obama nuclear deal, speaks towards nuclear deal with Iran in a national televised news conference, Wednesday.
Obama explained possibilities that the agreement, after Iran and six world powers signed agreement in Vienna, Tuesday, in exchange for sanctions relief may lead to more chaos in Middle east.
Sunni Arab rivals of Shiite Iran also express concerns about the issue. Defiance to deal has been very aggressive both in Washington and Israel.
According to Obama , “Without a deal,” he said, “there would be no limits to Iran’s nuclear programme and Iran could move closer to a nuclear bomb … Without a deal, we risk even more war in the Middle East.”
Some analyst find the deal contains error. Iran may exploit and give Tehran an idea to fund its representative in conflicts from Syria to Iraq to Yemen.
From June 2015, estimated that Iran’s stockpile of nuclear fuel increased by about 20 percent during the last 18 months of negotiations, “partially undercutting the Obama administration’s contention that the Iranian program had been ‘frozen'”.
If Iran found guilty upon cheating, thus, Obama gratified that its vigorous mechanism to restore sanctions would ensure Tehran faced consequences.
Agreement is a legacy-defining achievement for Obama nuclear deal, considered biggest step toward rapprochement between Iran and the West since the 1979 Islamic Revolution,.
Israel, widely assumed to be the Middle East’s only nuclear-armed state, had legitimate security concerns but insisted that danger would be compounded if Iran acquired a nuclear weapon, Obama said.
“There really are only two alternatives here,” he said, citing diplomacy or war, an appeal to war-weary Americans to back a negotiated settlement with Iran, he added
Republicans expected relief from Democrats to continue resolution of disapproval that could cripple weaken the agreement. Parliament were given 60 days to review and understand the deal.
Analysts predict elements that they believe would together constitute an Iranian nuclear weapons program should be negotiated together
Negotiations would include not only Iranian fissile material discussions but also Iranian ballistic missile development and Iranian weaponization issues.