It places restrictions on the transfer to Iran of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes for a decade and allows all United Nations sanctions to be re-imposed if Iran breaches the deal in the next 10 years.

“Unfortunately there are still people who speak of the illegal and illegitimate use of violence to attain their objective based on illusions and insist on maintaining an ineffective option”, he said, reported by Iran’s state news agency IRNA.

Iranian hardliners are worried that United Nations inspectors may gain a few access to sensitive military sites under the resolution, which becomes worldwide law.

May went on to speculate that “Obama may be arranging it so the agreement, as adopted by the [Security Council], requests but does not mandate that the U.S. lift its sanctions“. But the deal has been rejected by Israel and some countries in the Middle East have raised concern that it will strengthen Iranian influence in the region.

Israeli leaders have complained that the deal does nothing to address Iran’s support for hostile anti-Israel groups like Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in the Gaza Strip and lacks sufficient safeguards to prevent Tehran from being able to make nuclear weapons. The Iran nuclear deal was approved by the European Union on Monday as well.

In the letter, Pelosi noted that 100 former USA ambassadors, both Democrats and Republicans, wrote last week supporting the pact and that dozens of national security experts from both parties issued a statement backing it on Monday. The Council’s adoption of the current resolution triggers the JCPOA coming into effect in 90 days.

After the United Nations Security Council gave its unanimous approval to the Iran nuclear deal Monday, President Barack Obama told Congress to “pay attention” to the worldwide consensus.

The resolution, however, has the provision of snapping back the sanctions if Iran does not abide by its commitments.

Carter said he and Yaalon discussed information- and intelligence-sharing, contingency planning and various scenarios regarding Syria, which is in its fifth year of a civil war, as well as Islamic State. The question posed to participants noted that global inspectors would monitor Iran’s nuclear facilities and that sanctions would be reapplied in the event of a breach of terms.

You said the Security Council will examine whether Iran is implementing its commitments.

Iran and the Germany have a history of economic ties dating back to the 19th century.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif appeared before the parliament on July 21 to brief lawmakers on the outcome of nuclear negotiations in Vienna.