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buy Lyrica in thailand Meanwhile, the wide range of U.S. sanctions, which have nothing to do with the nuclear program, has compounded the damage. Multinationals fear being sanctioned by the United States for their dealings with sanctioned Iranian companies linked, for example, to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), which rules many sectors. With sanctions that discourage international trade, black markets are booming and enriching the IRGC at the expense of the regular economy. Arms embargo. The parties agreed to lift a UN ban [PDF] on Iran`s transfer of conventional weapons and ballistic missiles after five years, if the IAEA certifies that Iran is only involved in civilian nuclear activities. Iran`s interest in nuclear technology dates back to the 1950s, when the Iranian Shah received technical assistance as part of the U.S. Atoms for Peace program. While this aid ended with the Iranian revolution of 1979, Iran remained interested in nuclear technology and developed a vast nuclear fuel cycle, including sophisticated enrichment capabilities, which was the subject of intense international negotiations and sanctions between 2002 and 2015. Negotiations between the P5+1 and Iran culminated in July 2015 in the Joint Plan of Action (JCPOA), a 25-year comprehensive nuclear deal that limits Iran`s nuclear capability in exchange for sanctions facilitation. On January 16, 2016, all nuclear sanctions against Iran were lifted in order to respond to progress made in meeting the key indicators of the agreement. [1] In May 2018, US President Donald Trump announced that the US was unilaterally halting the implementation of the JCPOA and intended to re-impose nuclear sanctions on Iran. The move was opposed by Iran and other P5+1 members who announced their intention to maintain the deal without U.S. participation. Since then, Iran has withdrawn its compliance with the operational limits of the agreement on Iran`s nuclear program. In December 2006, the United States and Indian Congress approved the United States-India Peaceful Atomic Energy Cooperation Act, approving an agreement forged during Prime Minister Singh`s visit to the United States in July 2005 and cemented during President Bush`s visit to India in early 2006. . .