In a White House background call on Friday, senior administration officials confirmed that President Donald Trump will waive sanctions on Friday one last time.
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif responded to Trump'sstatement on Twitter, saying that it "amounts to desperate attempts to undermine a solid multilateral agreement".
Trump made the threat as he extended waivers of key economic sanctions on Iran, keeping the accord alive at least for now.
His last condition required Capitol Hill lawmakers to pass a bill unilaterally incorporating Iran's missile program into the nuclear deal. "We have been under USA sanctions for the last 40 years", said Farshad Alyan, a 26-year-old law student.
Trump has argued that his predecessor, President Barack Obama, a Democrat, negotiated a bad deal for the United States in agreeing to the nuclear accord.
The US Congress has a need of the president to endorse sanctions waivers concerning to the pact which is signed by Iran, the US, United Kingdom, Russia, France, Germany, China and the European Union.
Mr Trump said: "Despite my strong inclination, I have not yet withdrawn the United States from the Iran nuclear deal".
"JCPOA is not renegotiable; rather than repeating exhausted rhetoric, the United States must bring itself to full compliance, just like Iran", he said.
The White House is working with the congress on a US legislation, which seeks provisions to permanently prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons and subject Iran's long-range missile program to severe sanctions. The three European nations that are party to the deal, France, Germany and Britain, have said that they do not want to reopen the deal unless all parties are agreed.
Trump said he wanted Congress to pass a bill requiring "timely, sufficient, and immediate inspections" at all sites by inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and the indefinite extension of limits on Iran's uranium enrichment and other nuclear activities. "We are cutting off the regime's money flows to terrorists", the president said in the statement.
French President Emmanuel Macron phoned Mr Trump on Thursday to call for "the strict application of the deal and the importance of all the signatories to respect it".
According to a statement released by Netanyahu's office, the Israeli leader told Macron that Trump's "remarks should be taken seriously, and whoever wants to keep the nuclear deal would be wise to fix it".
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