Washington will consider all options if Tehran does not return to the nuclear agreement

This was stated on Wednesday by the U.S. Special Envoy for Iran, Rob Malley.

The United States is ready to consider all options if Iran does not want to return to the restrictions imposed by the 2015 nuclear agreement, U.S. Special Envoy for Iran Rob Malley said on Wednesday.

“We will be ready to conform to a different reality, within which we will have to deal with all options for resolving (the problem) of Iran’s nuclear program if it is not ready to return to the limitations of the 2015 nuclear deal,” Malley said, speaking in virtual mode at one of the Washington think tanks.

In particular, he recalled that the United States and Israel, which had previously carried out strikes on Iraqi and Syrian nuclear facilities, are united in their opposition to Iran’s efforts to create nuclear weapons.

“There is a high probability that Iran will choose a different path, and we need to coordinate our actions with Israel and other partners in the region. I will go to Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Qatar to talk about efforts to return to (the nuclear agreement) and what options we have to control Iran’s nuclear program if we fail to achieve this goal,” Rob Malley explained.

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