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President Trump is expected to announce on Tuesday that he is withdrawing the United States from the Iran nuclear deal, European diplomats said after concluding that they had failed to convince him that reneging on America’s commitment to the pact could cast the West into new confrontation with Tehran.
President Hassan Rouhani says Iran seeks “constructive” and “win-win” relations with the world, but will continue down the path of development at home regardless of any sanctions against the country.
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami met with an Omani military delegation during which he expressed Iran’s readiness to create a positive, constructive atmosphere in the region.
Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri says Tehran is not going to enter into new talks with the US, as trying to reach new agreements with a country who has a terrible record in fulfilling its obligations would be “foolish”.
A group of top Democratic leaders in the US Senate have warned President Donald Trump against leaving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, as the Republican head of state prepares to make the announcement with regards to the agreement later on Tuesday.
The Kremlin said on Tuesday that the possible withdrawal of the United States from the Iran nuclear deal would have harmful consequences.
Iranian Majlis (Parliament) held a closed session on Iran nuclear deal known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
The European Union is underlining its support for the Iran nuclear agreement as U.S. President Donald Trump prepares to announce his verdict on the future of the deal.
Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Valiollah Seif said Tue. Trump’s decision on the nuclear deal will have no significant effect on the country’s economy.
France has hailed the Iran nuclear deal as a source of stability in the volatile Middle East region, just hours before Washington’s announcement on whether or not it will keep its side of the multilateral accord.