European powers have queued up to support Iran’s deal as Donald trump believes new sanctions will be imposed.
The European Union and Britain, Germany and France have put forward a united front to defend the agreement after talks with Iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif in Brussels.
Mr Trump has repeatedly denounced the deal, and in October refused to show that Iran was complying with the deal, and is expected to decide on Friday whether to re-impose sanctions on Tehran, which has suspended trading.
Federica Mogherini, the eu’s foreign policy chief, stressed that the importance of maintaining the agreement was that she said: “make the world safer… Preventing a potential nuclear arms race in the region.
The deal is under way, which is to deliver its main target, which means keeping Iran’s nuclear program.
Federica mogiliani, eu foreign policy director.
Senior officials said they “expect” trump on Friday to give up the associated with nuclear sanctions imposed on Iran, to keep the agreement, but he expects will take new measures against Iran, deal with violations of human rights and support foreign extremist groups.
The European Union and other world powers have repeatedly warned that it would be wrong for anyone to abandon the deal, with the United States, Britain, France, China, Germany and Russia fighting Iran for more than 12 years.
UN inspectors have on Iran’s trade in September 9 times to verify, recently in November, the French foreign minister Jean Yves Le is installed (Jean Yves Le Drian), said no signs that Tehran will not keep bargaining.
“It is important that all parties respect this common commitment and that our American Allies respect that commitment,” said Le Drian.
Iran has said it is prepared to give “an appropriate and heavy response” if the us leaves the agreement.
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After the meeting in Brussels, Mr. Zarif spoke to Twitter, warning: “Iran continues to comply with the full compliance of the United States.”
Iran said it had reached a “strong consensus” in Brussels today that Iran was complying with the agreement and that “any breach of the agreement would be unacceptable.”
One of the criticisms of the nuclear deal is that it has nothing to do with Iran’s continuing ballistic missile program and its intervention in the Middle East conflict, such as yemen and Syria.
The exiled Iranian royal family believes there is an opportunity to end the islamic republic of Iran.
In Europe, said these issues should be discussed with the nuclear deal, however, when it comes to U.S. concerns, moggi in stressed that they are in Thursday’s talks with zariff together.
All parties respect this joint commitment, and our American Allies respect that commitment.
The French foreign minister jean yves le dandan.
She said they also referred to “recent events in the interior,” referring to the anti-government protests in Iran that killed more than 20 people.
Johnson said, adding that build global support for the nuclear deal is very important, “Iran should be able to show that it is a good neighbor in the region”, and suggests that it can do to help solve the yemen crisis.
German foreign minister sigmar gabriel even said Iran had agreed to open talks on regional issues, starting with yemen.
The prime minister has vowed to maintain the deal and lobby U.S. lawmakers in Washington.
The U.S. congress is trying to punish Iran for its ballistic missile program and its intervention in Middle East conflicts such as yemen and Syria.
The 28 members of the European Union condemned the “unacceptable loss of life” in the protests, stressing that peaceful protest and freedom of speech were “fundamental rights”.