Ghaani made his own threat in an interview shown Monday on Iranian state television.
"The vagueness of the Iran announcement makes it more necessary than ever to launch the mechanism since its whole goal is to resolve the differences we have on this", a third diplomat said. It signed the deal to end the sanctions, but all the sanctions are effectively still in place. "This keeps alive hopes for a negotiated outcome that preserves the JCPOA".
Iranian people gather during a funeral for Iranian Major-General Qassem Soleimani, head of the elite Quds Force, and Iraqi commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, who were killed in an air strike at Baghdad airport. Lately, however, the pro-Iran faction has been losing ground.
Iranian violence may force Trump to resist these instincts initially - as with Sunday's rhetoric about Iraq - but in the longer term this is what his White House has wanted to do.
Defense Department spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said in a statement that "more than a dozen" ballistic missiles have been fired from Iran at two Iraqi military bases. "We will set ablaze where they like", Mr. Salami said, drawing the cries of "Death to Israel!" "Certainly actions will be taken", he said. Iranian officials announced the increase on July 7, 2019, in line with earlier signals that they planned to push ahead with raising uranium enrichment to a 5 percent concentration. "Most importantly, Iran left in place the IAEA inspections".
"We promise to continue down martyr Soleimani's path as firmly as before with help of God, and in return for his martyrdom we aim to get rid of America from the region", Ghaani said.
Iran took a further step back from its commitments to the 2015 pact with six world powers by announcing on Sunday that it would scrap limits on enriching uranium, though it said it would continue to cooperate with the United Nations nuclear watchdog. Iran has always denied any military dimension to its nuclear project.
"Once Iran reduces the IAEA's access [to its nuclear operations], it would signal its preparedness to abandon the JCPOA and even the [Treaty On the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons] altogether", he said.
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Asked whether this could mean triggering a mechanism that could result in global sanctions being reimposed on Tehran, the envoy said: "It is increasingly likely, but not yet decided".
"At a minimum, this should provide Europe with one last opportunity to try to save the deal by providing Iran with some economic reprieve", Vaez told RFE/RL.
Weeks earlier Iran had acknowledged in a filing to the United Nations that it had a "missing person" file on former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Robert Levinson, who vanished in the country in 2007.
Late on Sunday, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the Democratic-led chamber would introduce and vote this week on a War Powers Resolution that would force Trump to stop military action against Iran within 30 days.
Tehran didn't say that it is now going to start working on nuclear weapons, but it will resume producing enriched nuclear fuels in quantities that would make that possible.
Borrell's spokesman, Peter Stano, told reporters that the European Union foreign policy chief was engaged in contacts with all the relevant partners to find a way toward a "de-escalation".
Though he has felt at times like his loved ones are close to being released, he has also endured periods of escalating tension.