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Mike Pompeo speech: What are the 12 demands given to Iran?

US secretary of state threatens Iran with the 'strongest sanctions in history' if the conditions are not met.

The US secretary of state has set out 12 tough demands for inclusion in a new nuclear treaty with Iran.

The conditions, listed by Mike Pomepo during a speech at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC, on Monday, will require Iran, in his words, to:

•             Declare to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) a full account of the prior military dimensions of its nuclear programme and permanently and verifiably abandon such work in perpetuity.

•             Stop enrichment and never pursue plutonium reprocessing, including closing its heavy water reactor.

•             Provide the IAEA with unqualified access to all sites throughout the entire country.

•             End its proliferation of ballistic missiles and halt further launching or development of nuclear-capable missile systems.

•             Release all US citizens as well as citizens of US partners and allies.

•             End support to Middle East "terrorist" groups, including Hezbollah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

•             Respect the sovereignty of the Iraqi government and permit the disarming, demobilisation and reintegration of Shia militias.

•             End its military support for the Houthi rebels and work towards a peaceful, political settlement in Yemen.

•             Withdraw all forces under Iran's command throughout the entirety of Syria.

•             End support for the Taliban and other "terrorists" in Afghanistan and the region and cease harbouring senior al-Qaeda leaders.

•             End the Islamic Revolutionary Guard corps-linked Quds Force's support for "terrorists" and "militant" partners around the world.

•             End its threatening behaviour against its neighbours, many of whom are US allies, including its threats to destroy Israel and its firing of missiles at Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and threats to international shipping and destructive cyberattacks.


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