Ali Shamkhani, a military commander and secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, made the remarks on state television on September 15, according to RFE/RL.
Shamkhani added, "Counter-constructive behavior of the Trump administration is an effort to harm the worldwide (nuclear) agreement and ruin the country's [the U.S.] status in the global system".
"In at least two parts of the JCPOA, once in the text and once in the attachment, it has been emphasized that passenger planes can be sold without any restrictions", he continued.
He stressed that a nation capable of land the American super-UAV and make a copy of that through reverse engineering over the course of four years will never lag behind as a result of cruel sanctions.
Imposing new sanctions while extending waivers on sanctions related to the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, better known as the nuclear deal, was described by USA officials as a "holding action" until President Donald Trump decides next month whether Iran is fully complying with the deal, The Washington Post reported.
The IAEA's Board of Governors voted overwhelmingly in December 2015, months after the nuclear deal was signed, in favor of a resolution that closed the so-called possible military dimensions (PMD) case in Iran's nuclear program.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the administration approved waivers of some sanctions to "maintain some flexibility" as it develops a policy to address the range of Iranian behavior.
The secretary went on to accuse the administration of US President Donald Trump of "unconstructive and excuse-seeking behavior... which is an active attempt to damage this worldwide agreement".
In a letter dated August 19 but released on August 23, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned about USA lack of adherence to the nuclear deal.
However, Washington's lobbying failed to affect the IAEA's latest quarterly report in late August, which once again that Iran has lived up to its commitments under the nuclear deal.
"In the case of Iran, it's not only merely terror, it's also the quest for nuclear weapons that concerns us and should concern the entire global community".
The other signatories of the Iran nuclear pact are Russia, China, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany.