The United States on Wednesday accused Iran of bad faith for challenging Washington's renewed nuclear-linked sanctions against it at the UN's top court.
Iran has asked the International Court of Justice to order the United States to lift the sanctions, reimposed after US President Donald Trump pulled out of a multilateral 2015 accord.
Iran brought the case at the court in The Hague under a 1955 friendship treaty that predates the country's Islamic Revolution.
Washington told the court it had no jurisdiction to rule on the case, which it said was a matter of national security.
"Iran is not invoking the treaty of amity in good faith in this proceeding," US State Department lawyer Jennifer Newstead said in her closing argument.
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