Government sources have stated that the “landscape” has changed significantly since the start of the negotiations, and for this reason, the United Kingdom would be evaluating its support for the nuclear agreement with Iran as well as its future participation, as confirmed by high-ranking sources. to the newspaper ‘The Sunday Telegraph’.
“During the time that we have been negotiating, the landscape and the proposal have completely changed, largely due to the behavior of the Iranian regime,” the aforementioned media reported.
The news of the death of Alireza Akbari has led to a significant escalation of tensions, which are added to those already existing since the start of the repression in Iran against the national protests over the death of Mahsa Amini.
In this context, the United Kingdom would have played a key role in the negotiations on the restoration of the nuclear agreement of the Administration of former President Barack Obama, since it would have relaxed some of the restrictions against the Iranian regime in exchange for limitations on its nuclear program.
From Downing Street they have assured that “all options are being reviewed” in the framework of reprisals against the Iranian regime.
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