One year has passed since the US abandoned the nuclear pact that Iran had signed with the support of the world’s greatest powers.
But Donald Trump provoked a crisis where there was none. A year ago, Donald Trump abruptly and unilaterally broke an agreement signed in 2015 by Iran and six international powers with which the Persian nation committed itself to modify its nuclear policy. For a year the Iranian government patiently waited for Trump to modify its aggressive policy. But on the contrary, the tenant of the White House has hardened the discourse and strengthened the financial siege against the Persian nation.
The aggressive US policy against Iran has taken an even more dangerous level for the balance of peace in the Middle East with the sending of US warships to that strategic region. This time with the aim of putting even more pressure on Iran in the midst of economic sanctions.
For experts in international politics, Donald Trump, acts only with domestic policy objectives, without caring about stability and peace in the world.
Donald Trump has not heard the voices of nations such as Russia, China, Germany, France and the United Kingdom, which do not agree with the financial blockade and its hydrocarbon trade, forcing Iran to reduce its commitment to the agreement called the Comprehensive Joint Action Plan (JCPOA). However, Iran has fulfilled its nuclear energy management commitments that were endorsed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Arturo Calvillo, Mexico City.