The Iranian diplomat further said that the Islamic Republic had to continuously deal with the USA disloyalties, sabotage and the policy of calculated delay during the past year after implementation of the nuclear deal.
While lauding the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action - as the deal is formally known - for "making the world a safer place", the White House did express consternation about ongoing Iranian behavior that threatens to destabilize the region and inflict harm on USA interests and its allies, particularly Israel.
He confirmed that "on 15 January 2017, the Agency verified that Iran has taken these actions related to Fordo". Iran ramped up both oil production and investment in the sector after the deal. "We continue to be concerned about United States citizens unjustly imprisoned in Iran".
"The agreement's collapse appears neither imminent nor inevitable".
Araqchi made the remarks at a press conference in Tehran on Sunday, to mark the first anniversary of the implementation of the nuclear deal where he said that the 2015 deal had ruined attempts by the USA and Iran's enemies to portray a "false image" of the Islamic Republic using the country's peaceful nuclear activities.
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Vaez noted that the deal's destabilisation could increase regional tensions and "push Iran to double down on policies it presents as essential to its national security, [such as] the ballistic missile programme. and "forward defence policy" of bolstering regional partners and proxies in Baghdad, Damascus and Beirut". "The US financial system has not allowed Iran to trade in dollars". One option could be to strengthen some of the JCPOA's nuclear provisions in return for rolling back the United States primary embargo, the report notes.
Massoumeh Torfeh, a research associate at the London School of Economics specialising in Iran, told Al Jazeera that while it remains unclear how Trump may proceed, his vow to quit the Trans-Pacific Partnership has highlighted his disdain for multilateral deals.
"The JCPOA required Iran, within one year from Implementation Day, to complete the removal of all excess centrifuges and infrastructure from the Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant and to transfer them to storage at the Natanz Fuel Enrichment Plant under continuous Agency monitoring. For that to be acceptable, the carrots would have to be substantial".
The deal, the White House said in a press release Monday, has "achieved significant, concrete results", such as subjecting Iran to an intrusive inspection and verification program, reducing its uranium stockpile by 98 percent and dismantling more than two-thirds of its centrifuges.