President Joe Biden joined on to a global tax agreement among the world’s largest economies at the G20 regarding a 15 percent minimum tax, as well as offering more concessions to Iran as the nation continues to pursue nuclear weapons.
The global corporate tax is designed to help reduce poverty and better level the playing field between the world’s wealthiest and poorest nations.
Both Russian and Chinese leaders joined the summit virtually, according to reports.
Biden also met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron, and outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel concerning Iran.
“We welcome President Biden’s clearly demonstrated commitment to return the U.S. to full compliance with the JCPOA and to stay in full compliance, so long as Iran does the same,” they said.
The U.N.’s nuclear watchdog has said Iran is increasingly in violation of the nuclear deal. Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China and the European Union remain part of the agreement.https://t.co/92XDRVJxm3
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) October 31, 2021
“Return to JCPOA compliance will provide sanctions lifting with long-lasting implications for Iran’s economic growth. This will only be possible if Iran changes course.”
The meetings certainly did not reveal American strength, as Biden both handed over American taxes to globalists and continues to appease Iran despite the nation’s repeated refusal to negotiate.