Tell our leaders: Revive the Iran nuclear deal to lessen the global nuclear threat.
Recently, the Senate has held votes on whether to support efforts to restore the Iran nuclear deal, otherwise known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), an effective anti-nuclear agreement from which the United States withdrew under the Trump administration.
In light of increased nuclear threat due to the war in Ukraine, it is critical that we let Congress and the Biden administration know we support restoring this important anti-nuclear agreement.
In addition, Iranian civilians continue to suffer under the weight of U.S. economic sanctions which are preventing the country from recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, including through access to vaccines. Today, we can tell our elected leaders to ease sanctions as a show of good will to help encourage Iran to return to the nuclear deal and to help the nation recover from the impacts of the pandemic.
Urge your elected officials to support reviving this critical nuclear deal.
Photo: The ministers of foreign affairs and other officials from the P5+1 countries, the European Union and Iran while announcing the framework of a Comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear programme. Hailong Wu of China, Laurent Fabius of France, Frank-Walter Steinmeier of Germany, Federica Mogherini of the European Union, Javad Zarif of Iran, an unidentified official of Russia, Philip Hammond of the United Kingdom and John Kerry of the United States in the "Forum Rolex" auditorium of the EPFL Learning Centre, Écublens-Lausanne, Switzerland on April 2, 2015. Photo by U.S. Department of State and available online in the public domain.