"Instead", he said, "they are blowing up an agreement that supports US interests and the aspirations of the Iranian people while planting the seeds for a disastrous war".
"The U.S. remains open to reaching a new, more comprehensive deal with Iran that forever blocks its path to a nuclear weapon, addresses the entire range of its malign actions, and is worthy of the Iranian people", Mr. Trump said in a presidential statement late on Friday night.
Pompeo, meanwhile, expressed confidence that the United States is placing maximum pressure on Iran's government largely by targeting the energy industry.
Sputnik has talked about this with Foad Izadi, professor of political communication at the University of Tehran.
Turkey imports nearly almost half of its oil from neighbouring Iran.
The sanctions penalise other countries which do business with Iran.
Europe will also seek to "maintain financial channels operational with Iran and to ensure the continuation of Iranian oil and gas exports", it said. So that creates opposition.
Turkey has been told it will temporarily be allowed to keep buying Iranian oil, its energy minister told reporters, as has Iraq, as long as it does not pay Iran in USA dollars, three Iraqi officials said.
The United States believes global oil supplies will exceed demand next year, making it easier for countries to cut Iranian oil imports to zero, Brian Hook, the US special representative for Iran, told reporters. "We will give them a little longer to wind down".
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He will oversee the transition from Rio this week and fly to the capital Brasilia next week, Lorenzoni added. His chief economic advisor is Paulo Guedes, a University of Chicago-trained free-market economist.
Foad Izadi: You know, there was basically a timeline in terms of when.
Sanctions on the banking sector will also be introduced on Monday.
We expect Iran to continue implementing all its nuclear commitments in full, as set out by the JCPOA. So having sanctions back at the same time, on the same day basically, that the Iranians go to the streets to demonstrate against United States foreign policy, I don't know if it's a coincidence or it was designed, but I think more than what you see with regard to the Iranian public I think the Trump administration is looking at the midterm elections.
Humanitarian supplies are officially exempted from sanctions, but in the past risk-averse foreign banks and companies have avoided all transactions with Iran for fear of being penalized, leading to severe shortages of life-saving medicines and food staples in the years preceding the 2015 agreement.
The reimposition of sanctions "is aimed at depriving the regime of the revenues it uses to spread death and destruction around the world", Pompeo said.
Former foreign secretary Shashank told Oneindia, "See!" It seems that the U.S. government hasn't learned anything in the last 60-70 years. Let me say that again: Zero.
Later, a senior State Department official told reporters that that the US was ready for talks with Iran.
But only time will tell if Iran's regional policy has changed sufficiently to satisfy Trump and achieve his goals.
The JCPOA also provides for the lifting of global sanctions in order to have a positive impact on trade and economic relations with Iran, but most importantly on the lives of the Iranian people.