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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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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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Iran conditions any talks with the US to Washington’s return to the nuclear deal

Nine months after US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, the remaining parties of the deal are still trying to save it from a total collapse.

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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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New tensions between Ankara and Washington as Trump issues economic threats against Turkey

Amid all the ambiguities regarding the announced US withdrawal from Syria, the provisioned move has already started to affect US-Turkey ties. Washington’s frequent warnings to Ankara about the Syrian Kurds, have sparked strong reaction among the Turkish officials.

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Despite rumors, Iran and EU are still working to preserve the nuclear deal

Since the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran and European countries have been working together to find mechanisms for preserving the deal, as well as economic benefits for Tehran. Despite some rumors recently that Tehran is considering withdrawal from the deal, official statements and political developments prove the otherwise.

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British top diplomat to visit Iran – what will be on the agenda?

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt will visit Tehran on Monday to become the first Western top diplomat to visit the country after the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal. Discussing the future of the nuclear deal, as well as regional and international issues will be on the agenda of his talks with the Iranian officials.

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Parliament Take UK ‘Back to Square One’ if Rejects Brexit Deal, May Says

UK Prime Minister said late on Saturday that there is no alternative to the draft agreement on the UK withdrawal from the European Union and urged the UK Parliament to approve the deal in order to avoid “more uncertainty.”

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Iran will not negotiate with the “unreliable” US administration – Zarif

Declaring withdrawal from the 1955 treaty of amity with Iran was the latest move by the US administration against the Islamic Republic, aimed at maximizing pressures on Tehran. In response, Tehran once again reiterates that Washington’s move proves how unreliable when it comes to international commitments.

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“Our neighbors, our priority” – Iranian foreign minister on a regional tour to strengthen neighborly ties

Faced with increasing US pressures after Washington’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran has been looking to the expansion of its regional partnerships as a way to preserve its national interests. Iranian foreign minister’s recent trip to Turkey and Pakistan should be seen in this context.

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First part of US sanctions against Iran comes into effect on Monday

The US authorities are to resume the first part of sanctions against Iran following Washington’s withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The restrictions will cover the automotive sector, the purchase and sale of gold and key metals.

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France plans to keep nuclear deal with Iran in despite US withdrawal from it

France plans to keep the nuclear deal with Iran despite the US withdrawal from it, reports TASS.

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Iran warns it may revive the nuclear program in case the EU can’t preserve the JCPOA

More than a month after the United States’ withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran, the other parties have still not found any solution to keep it alive. However, as the ambiguities persist, Iran warns that it may leave a deal that won’t bring any benefits for the country.

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Amid NATO-Russian Tensions, US Pushes Germany to Siting Air Defense – Reports

Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal is said to have prompted Washington-Berlin talks on sending US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) systems to Germany. Despite the odds in the recent transatlantic tensions over trade and the Iran deal, the Pentagon’s plan has been well-received.

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US unilateralism on the Iran deal is forming unexpected global alignments

US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal has started to make unexpected international alignments, as the EU and China are intensifying their joint efforts to preserve the deal. Meanwhile, Russia warns about Washington’s desire to enter a full confrontation with Iran.

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