Iran Nukes Obama Administration UN

SHOCKER: US LIFTS SANCTIONS ON THREE SANCTION BUSTING RUSSIAN FIRMS IN ORDER TO GET MOSCOW TO SIGN ON TO MORE SANCTIONS AGAINST IRAN…….

UN Sec-Gen Ban Ki-‘Crescent Moon’
the S.Korean Sh*tting Bull
Oh that’ll work! Go Obama go! Meanwhile in the dark bowels of UN headquarters, the skulduggery continues, as UN Sec-Gen Ban Ki-‘Crescent Moon’ thinks the deal offered by Turkey under the auspices of the Marxist Brazilian leader in regards to Iran’s uranium enrichment progam, is a great leap forward! Nice going Bozo, that will really put a dent into the Iranian agenda for developing nuke weapons! KGS

Iran to officially accept nuke deal
UN chief hopes move will open door to “settlement” with West.

US Comic-In-Chief
Hey I’ll sign on to that!

US lifts sanctions on Russian firms

Groups previously accused of giving illicit assistance to Iran, Syria.

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Friday removed sanctions against three Russian organizations the US had previously accused of assisting Iran’s effort to develop nuclear weapons.
Penalties against a fourth Russian entity previously accused of illicit arms sales to Syria were also lifted.
The timing of the decisions, published in Friday’s Federal Register but not otherwise announced by the State Department, suggested the possibility of a link to US efforts to win Russian support for a new UN Security Council resolution expanding sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.
The State Department on Friday did not immediately respond to questions about lifting the sanctions.
Two of the entities — Dmitri Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology and the Moscow Aviation Institute — had been sanctioned in January 1999 under a 1994 executive order authorizing such action. The order was aimed at organizations determined to have contributed to a foreign country’s development or production of weapons of mass destruction or missiles capable of launching such weapons.
When the administration of former US president Bill Clinton announced those sanctions, then-Energy Secretary Bill Richardson said the two institutions “directly support Iranian efforts to develop nuclear weapons.”
At the time, the Russian government denied such support for Iran.

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