As some lawmakers chanted "Death to America", Iran's parliament on August 13 granted its initial approval for increased funding of Teheran's missile program and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force.
Iranian lawmakers unanimously passed the general outlines of the bill in a 240-0 vote with one abstention. A session in which members of parliament chanted "Death to America".
Iran's parliament on Sunday approved an increased budget for the country's ballistic missile programme and the regional operations of its Revolutionary Guard, in defiance of USA sanctions imposed last month over Tehran's testing of new missile technology.
Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, Abbas Araqchi, said the new bill was not in violation of the 2015 agreement limiting the country's nuclear programme.
The Iranian legislation must pass a second vote before submission for final approval.
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The additional U.S. sanctions put in place last month directly target the missile programme and the IRGC.
Iranian officials deem the anti-Iran sanctions over its ballistic missile program and alleged "support for terrorism" in violation of the spirit, if not the letter, of the JCPOA.
Mr Trump has recently backed away from his key campaign promise to withdraw from the nuclear agreement.
The nuclear deal, between Iran and six world powers including China, Russia and the United Kingdom, is largely seen as the best way to prevent Iran getting a nuclear weapon.
To counter U.S. economic sanctions, the government has been ordered to provide a comprehensive plan on expanding economic cooperation with world countries, especially Iran's neighbors and friends as well as the countries which have likewise been subject to Washington's embargoes.