At the UN Security Council, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned that if the Iran nuclear agreement with world powers fails, it would send an "alarming" message to the global community.
US President Donald Trump last Friday waived nuclear sanctions against Iran but warned that he would not do it again unless the deal is modified.
"This agreement can not be implemented if one of the participants unilaterally steps out of it", Lavrov told a news conference at the United Nations.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hold a press conference following a meeting of the UN Security Council in NY. It was also a war that ended with the USA not having defeated the enemy decisively and thus had not dictated the terms of surrender.
Tillerson cited U.S. Federal Aviation Administration data showing the flight was just 280 nautical miles from where the missile landed, noting there were nine other flights within that range. "It will fall apart, there will be no deal then", Lavrov told reporters.
Russia's top diplomat said that the deal can not survive if the US pulls out of the accord.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA )-the UN's watchdog charged with monitoring Iran's nuclear activities-has previously said that Tehran has been in compliance with the nuclear deal. Also, the Kim regime is obviously taking pains to appear defiant and unbowed as it deals with South Korea for the Winter Olympics, and possibly a broader improvement of relations between the two governments.
At the same time, he added, that the firm decisions the Security Council taken in response to nuclear tests and ballistic missile launches by the DPRK in defiance of Council resolutions must be fully implemented.
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The U.S. and Russian Federation have sparred frequently in recent months on Syria after Russian Federation vetoed a Security Council vote on a U.S. -sponsored resolution to extend the mandate of chemical weapons inspectors.
Lavrov is in United Nations premises for high-level meetings at the Security Council. The Vancouver meeting had representation from countries that had provided both the United States and South Korea with Troops and logistical support during the Korean War which ended when an armistice was signed between the North and the South.
Other U.S. allies are trying to mend broken fences with Russian Federation.
The Trump administration has also cut aid to various countries and its contributions to the United Nations.
The Kazakh leader said the 2015 nuclear pact with Iran was a "good example" for resolving complex issues via diplomacy.
Lavrov lamented what he called "Russophobia" in the US but said he was confident it would pass and that the USA has a vested interest in improving relations.