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Nations vow to save Iran nuclear deal after United States pullout

Nations vow to save Iran nuclear deal after United States pullout

"The kingdom supports and welcomes the steps announced by the USA president toward withdrawing from the nuclear deal. and reinstating economic sanctions against Iran", Saudi Arabia's foreign ministry said.

"It is important that the progress made over many years of negotiation should not be lost", Ramaphosa said.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made a decision to ally himself with the likes of European leaders Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel over our allies the United States and Israel when it comes to the troubled Iran deal.

We will know more in three to six months how all the other parties to the deal, which regretted and criticised the United States decision, are doing in America's absence, and whether the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) will still work.

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Trump's advisor John Bolton said earlier that European firms doing business in Iran have a six-month deadline to wind up investments or risk USA sanctions.

Ignoring pleas by allies, Trump on Tuesday pulled out of an worldwide agreement with Iran that was agreed in late 2015, raising the risk of conflict in the Middle East and casting uncertainty over global oil supplies at a time when the crude market is already tight.

Mattis declared that Iran failed to reduce its "malicious activities" in and around the Middle East as a result of the agreement reached between Tehran and USA -backed world powers - the U.K., France, Germany, Russia, and China - in July 2015.

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But while slogans of "Death to America" were few, many Iranians are sincerely angry over Mr Trump's decision and are siding with hard-liners who have warned to be suspicious of the West.

French President Emmanuel Macron and Iran President Hassan Rouhani agreed yesterday to work toward the continued implementation of the nuclear deal despite the U.S. decision, which Macron called "a mistake". He also said Britain would do its utmost to protect United Kingdom commercial interests in Iran.

Angry lawmakers in Iran reacted in an extreme fashion to President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of a 2015 nuclear accord, Time reported.

Trump said a deal with Iran would have to include not just deeper restrictions on its nuclear program, but on its ballistic missiles and support for militant groups across the Middle East.

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told his Parliament that Britain will continue to respect the deal as long as worldwide inspectors can verify Iran's compliance. Only two countries have voiced happiness with the American decision - Israel and Saudi Arabia, both arch foes of Tehran.

"That'll have a significant ripple effect on Iran's economy". The IAEA has issued 10 separate reports saying that Iran is in compliance with the requirements of JCPOA and is not developing nuclear bombs.

US officials in announcing the renewed sanctions said they expected USA allies in the oil-rich Persian Gulf region to make up Iran's shortfall in production, in a move they said would soften the impact of the sanctions on global oil prices. "If the European Union leans towards accommodating the U.S., all the progress we have made since 2015 will be lost". He didn't name the American president directly, but emphasised that Iran continued to seek "engagement with the world".


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