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Iran’s nuclear chief Salehi said Tehran would stop implementing Additional Protocol if the nuclear deal is canceled, since it is a voluntary agreement and has not yet been adopted by Iranian parliament.
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani denounced as “childish” the current US administration’s pretext for objecting to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), saying various administrations have to abide by the treaties and international regulations.
A senior Iranian official has underlined the Islamic Republic’s determination to deliver a befitting response to any hostile measure against the country.
Iran’s foreign minister says the 2015 nuclear agreement is still a triumph of diplomacy because other signatories are standing solidly with the Islamic Republic in maintaining the accord.
President Donald Trump’s hardened stance on a multinational nuclear deal between Iran and six major powers will not have much impact on global oil prices, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh told state TV on Sunday.
France says it remains determined to expand economic bonds with Iran even in the face of recent US threats against a landmark deal that helped resolve disputes over the country’s nuclear energy program in 2015.
Britain and Germany agreed on Sunday they remained committed to the nuclear deal with Iran after a U.S. decision to decertify the agreement, a spokeswoman said after a call between Prime Minister Theresa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Recent anti-Iran remarks by US President Donald Trump had no adverse effect on the Iranian market and did not disturb it, Iran’s vice-president for economic affairs said on Sunday.
Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani has arrived in Iraq’s Kurdistan region for talks about the escalating crisis between the Kurdish authorities and the Iraqi government following the Kurdish independence referendum, a Kurdish official said on Sunday.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi announced on Sunday that there have been no developments in the border area of Iran with the Iraqi Kurdistan region.