The US government is still seeking to revive the UN Sanctions Committee after failing to approve the plan.

Iran PressAmerica: Washington plans to hold another vote to oppose the UN budget, as the two US government proposals for inclusion in the 2021United Nations 2021 Program Budget failed.

Richard Mills, the US Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, on Wednesday, proposed a plan to include two additional articles in the 2021 UN budget for the revival of the Sanctions Committee against Iran, which was opposed by a majority of UN member states.

One of the US proposals was to allocate funds to set up a committee and an expert group to sanction Iran.

The US committee and expert group is the same group that was formed before the ratification of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 to monitor the implementation of sanctions against Iran.

Washington's second proposal was to reduce the budget for the implementation of Resolution 2231, which was adopted to approve the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

The US argues that the UN Sanctions Committee against Iran should resume its work because the United States has left JCPOA and in Washington's view, Iran's nuclear deal is no longer working.

According to the Bloomberg media network, another voting in the UN General Assembly will be held in a few hours to approve the UN budget and other additional articles. According to the report by the same media, the United States will once again vote against the resolution.

The UN budget has been adopted unanimously in recent years.

The United States and Israel were the only parties to vote against the UN budget in Wednesday's meeting of the UN Budget Committee.

At Wednesday's meeting, following the US proposal, Ishaq al-Habib, the ambassador and deputy permanent representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations, and representatives from Russia, Germany, China, Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua and Syria spoke out against the US proposal.

On May 8, 2018, US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from the JCPOA an internationally approved agreement and announced the return of nuclear sanctions, in violation of Washington's commitments under this deal.

Trump's move has drawn widespread domestic and international condemnation. 219