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Iran’s nuclear deal breach not significant, EU chief says

The European Union’s foreign policy chief has said that none of the signatory parties to the Iran nuclear deal believe that the country’s breach of the agreement are “significant.”

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EU works to save unraveling nuclear deal with Iran

European Union nations threw their diplomatic weight behind the unraveling Iran nuclear deal on Monday, trying to rescue the pact from collapsing under U.S. pressure.

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UK envoy said Trump ditched Iran deal to spite Obama: report

Britain’s ambassador to Washington believed US President Donald Trump pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal because it was associated with his predecessor Barack Obama, leaked documents showed Saturday.

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Iran adopts new measures to push the Europeans to respect JCPOA commitments

After the European parties of the 2015 nuclear deal failed to live up to their commitments on providing Iran with the economic benefits of the deal, Iran appears determined to continue revising its own commitments. The second phase of Iran’s actions in this regard was announced today.

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Iran’s enriched uranium stocks exceed the JCPOA limit – IAEA confirms

Reacting to the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal and the failure of the remaining signatories to preserve Iran’s benefits, the Islamic Republic had announced it would reconsider its nuclear commitments.

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Europe lacks political will to save the nuclear deal – Iran

One year after the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, European parties of the deal are yet to fulfill their commitments on providing Iran with the economic benefits of the JCPOA. This has led Iran to the conclusion that Europe even lacks political determination for this purpose.

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What you need to know about Iran’s latest decision on the nuclear deal

After one year of patience in face of Washington’s unilateral withdrawal from the nuclear deal and its hostile policy of maximizing pressures on the Islamic Republic, Iran has officially announced it would reduce some of its commitments under the deal. Iranian officials emphasize that this doesn’t main Iran’s withdrawal from the JCPOA.

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Partial Withdraw – Iran Diminishes Its Nuclear Commitments

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tuesday that Iran will reduce some “voluntary” commitments within its nuclear deal with world powers but will not withdraw from it, IRNA reported.

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Increasing gap between Iran and Europe threatens the survival of JCPOA

Almost one year after the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran (JCPOA), the European parties of the deal are yet to fulfil their commitments in providing Tehran with the economic benefits of the deal. While criticizing the insufficient European moves in this regard, the Islamic Republic reacts to the recent controversial positions made by France on Iran’s nuclear program.

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China, EU reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

China and the European Union (EU) on Tuesday reaffirmed their commitment to the continued, full and effective implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal.

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Iran to unveil new nuclear achievements defying US pressure campaign

While remaining committed to the 2015 nuclear deal with 6 world power, Iran has made it clear that it won’t let its nuclear progress be restricted by foreign pressures. In this vein, the Islamic Republic will reportedly unveil new nuclear achievements in the near future.

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IAEA chief: Iran complying with nuclear deal despite U.S. pullout

Iran has been implementing its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), known as the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, despite Washington’s withdrawal from the agreement last May, said Yukiya Amano, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

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US and Germany clash over Iran deal and Syria

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended a nuclear deal with Iran during a showdown with US vice-President Mike Pence at a security conference in her country.

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Pressures could lead Iran toward expanding the missile program – Iran warns Europe

At the same time as they try to compel Iran to remain in the 2015 nuclear deal by establishing an independent financial mechanism, the European countries claim Iran should give concessions on its missile and regional activities.

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How the world reacted to Europe’s new financial channel for Iran?

After the three European parties of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran formally announced the establishment of a new financial channel to facilitate trade with Tehran, the non-European parties of the deal also welcomed the move as a positive step toward saving the landmark accord. However, the United States continues to warn companies working with the Islamic Republic.

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Iran to “reconsider” ties with Europe in case of new sanctions

While the European parties of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran are yet to fulfill their commitments to provide Iran with the economic benefits of the deal, the French government has threatened to impose new sanctions on Iran the country’s missile program. In response, Iran warns that it may reconsider ties with Europe.

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