Iran sentenced to pay 6 billion to victims of 11 September 2001
In the United States, the court decided to punish Iran by asking Tehran to pay $6 billion to the families of the victims of the attacks of September 11, 2001.
This is an incredible decision that has indeed been taken by the American justice since it condemned Iran to pay not less than six billion dollars to the families of the victims of the attacks of September 11, 2001, which made 1,008 victims.
This decision was indeed taken by Judge George Daniels who considered that the Islamic Republic of Iran and its Central Bank are guilty of having financed the attacks. Funded but not that since help, assistance and flying lessons would also have been provided to the terrorists.
A symbolic decision that should not be applied.
Symbolic since full of meaning, this decision should however not be applied by Tehran since Iran and the United States are currently in a diplomatic impasse, Washington wishing in particular to withdraw from the nuclear agreement. A decision that, if it is enacted, should change a lot of things, including Iran having ensured that Trump regret to have made this choice.
Supported by France, Great Britain, Germany, Russia and Iran, this agreement prevents Tehran from using nuclear weapons by limiting its uranium production in particular. An agreement until respected by all parties.