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Thousands of Iranian demonstrators have taken to Taleghani Avenue, the street facing the former USA embassy in Tehran, to mark their National Day of Fight Against Global Arrogance.

Mr Trump refused to recertify the 2015 landmark nuclear deal between Iran and world powers in October and the United States has imposed more sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile programme. It was the first time Iran had displayed a missile during the annual gathering.

A crowd chanted "Down with the U.S." and "Death to Israel" during the anniversary celebration.

On November 4, 1979, Iranian student revolutionaries climbed over the walls of the US Embassy in Tehran and seized dozens of Americans, holding them hostage for 444 days.

The occasion this year followed the aggressive remarks of the U.S. President Donald Trump against Iran last month, who accused Iran and its Islamic Revolution Guards Corps of agitating regional instability and exporting violence. Trump's decision did not undo the agreement, which European countries and Iran continue to support, but allows Congress to decide whether to reimpose certain sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

Pointing to Iran's countermeasures against USA policies, AEOI head asserted that the Supervisory Committee on Implementation of the JCPOA monitors the actions and behaviors of the other party and makes appropriate decisions accordingly, so we have many scenarios, according to the steps they take, we will respond. The U.S. cut its diplomatic relations with Iran after the embassy takeover and has had no diplomatic relations since.

The historic pact between Iran and major powers, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, was concluded in 2015 and went into force in January 2016, a year before Trump took office.

A recent survey conducted by the Afkar Iranian Center, a public opinion polling institute, indicates that 94.5 percent of Iranians do not trust the United States. State TV said similar celebrations were being held in other Iranian cities and towns.

The anniversary has become a day of Iranian nationalism.

Speaking about the students who stormed the US embassy, Iran's former chief delegate to the United Nations, Rajaie-Khorassani said, "I don't know if the intention of these boys is to prevent any movement toward the United States, but it is one of the inevitable consequences".

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