US intends to keep several sanctions on Iran (UPDATE)
The US president Barack Obama said that Washington intends to keep the sanctions on Iran in various spheres, RIA Novosti reported.
The nuclear deal won't eliminate all the disagreements between the US and Iran, the US President Barack Obama said in his televised address.
He added that the US will keep the sanctions on Iran for "supporting terrorism", violation of human rights and the program for developing ballistic missiles.
Moreover, the sanctions imposed on Iran due to the nuclear program which the US has pledged to lift, can be quickly brought back any time if Iran violates the agreements, according to the US president.
The talks held in Vienna July 13 between Iran and P5 +1 (the US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany) ended with adoption of a joint comprehensive action plan. If Iran carries out this plan, the economic and financial sanctions earlier imposed on it by the UN Security Council, the US and EU will be lifted.
The talks between the two sides started over 10 years ago. After the adoption of an interim joint action plan in Geneva in November 2013, the discussions between Iran and P5+1 have been held in Vienna, Montreux, Lausanne and Geneva in many rounds since February 2014. The final negotiation round has lasted in Austria's capital for over 18 days.