This Is How The Iran Nuclear Deal Benefits America's Adversaries:

Written By BlabberBuzz | Wednesday, 13 April 2022 16:45
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Several of Russia's top state-controlled nuclear companies stand to gain billions of dollars in revenue as part of a new nuclear accord with Iran. The fresh project will waive sanctions on these firms so that they can build up Tehran's nuclear infrastructure, according to a U.S. government-authored document reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.

According to the 2019 document, which details all the Russian entities involved in these projects, Russia's state-controlled Rosatom energy firm and at least four of its major subsidiaries will receive sanctions waivers under a new accord so that they can complete nuclear projects in Iran worth more than $10 billion.

A former senior U.S. official confirmed the document’s authenticity and said it was employed by the Trump administration during internal talks about potential sanctions on Iran's nuclear program and its Russian enablers.

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With a new nuclear accord being finalized, the Biden administration has repeatedly assured Russia that it will not face sanctions for its work on Iranian nuclear sites, even as Moscow faces a barrage of international penalties for its unprovoked war in Ukraine.

As of current, the Biden administration has already renewed a series of sanctions waivers to permit Russia's nuclear work in Iran as part of a package of concessions meant to entice both countries into signing a new accord. The Trump administration rescinded these waivers in 2020 as part of its "maximum pressure" campaign on Iran.

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The removal of nuclear sanctions on Iran will offer Russia's Rosatom a financial lifeline, even as the United States and European nations seek to isolate Moscow for its ongoing assault in Ukraine. Republicans and Democrats are sounding the alarm on these concessions, denouncing the Biden administration for undermining its own pressure campaign on Moscow to ensure that a nuclear deal is inked. In recent days, critics of the deal have seized on the carve outs for Russia following a series of Free Beacon reports outlining how sanctions relief would turn Iran into a "sanctions evasion hub" for Russian president Vladimir Putin.

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"Russian state-owned firms stand to gain billions of dollars under a revived Iran nuclear deal and would be exempted from U.S. sanctions," declared Andrea Stricker, a veteran nuclear proliferation expert who has closely tracked Iran's program as a research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies think tank. "Washington should be working to close every one of the Kremlin's revenue streams, not letting Moscow enrich itself while it is committing mass atrocities."

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