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How can leaving JCPOA make region safer? EU to Pompeo
The EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has stressed that there is no "alternative" to the Iran nuclear deal, after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vowed "painful" sanctions against Tehran.
EU making contradictory statements on JCPOA: Iranian official
A senior Iranian official has questioned EU officials' contradictory remarks on the 2015 nuclear agreement after US withdrawal, saying a "duplicitous" side could not be trusted.
EU seeks to protect companies affected by US bans over Iran: French minister
France says it is weighing possible ways that could help the European Union compensate European companies that might be facing sanctions by the United States for doing business with Iran following Washington's withdrawal from a key 2015 nuclear agreement between Tehran and major world powers.
DIHK head calls for EU to take tough line in trade dispute with US
Head of Germany’s DIHK Chambers of Commerce Eric Schweitzer called for the EU to take a tough line in the trade dispute with the United States, saying while it was important to remain in dialogue over difficult conflicts, “we’re moving in the wrong direction if we automatically react to new unreasonable demands with concessions.”
Velayati: EU making contradictory statements on JCPOA
A senior Iranian official has questioned EU officials’ contradictory remarks on the 2015 nuclear agreement after US withdrawal, saying a “duplicitous” side could not be trusted.
EU officials making contradictory statements: Iran official
A senior Iranian official has questioned EU officials' contradictory remarks on the 2015 nuclear agreement after US withdrawal, saying a "duplicitous" side could not be trusted.
Zanganeh: Oil export drop not expected if EU saves nuclear deal
US President Donald Trump's decision to quit a multinational nuclear deal would not affect Tehran’s oil exports if the EU could salvage the pact, said Iran's oil minister.
EU to make direct oil payments to Iran
A plan by the European Union to make direct oil payments to Iran after the US re-imposes sanctions against the country is seen to risk the start of a trade war between Europe and the United States.
EU moves to shield its firms from US anti-Iran sanctions
European bloc considers Iran’s Central Bank transfers
EU to launch legal process to prevent US bans from affecting businesses in Iran
The European Commission is set to launch a legal process based on a powerful law to block American sanctions against Iran as European Union powers mobilize to save the landmark 2015 nuclear deal following Washington’s unilateral pullout.
Rouhani: Trump miscalculated Iran's move
Mogherini: Europe seeking quick solution to save JCPOA
Tusk: 'With friends like these, who needs enemies?'
EU plans to ditch dollar for Iran oil payments
The European Union plans to switch to the euro for oil purchases from Iran, eliminating the US dollar as the two sides work to protect bilateral trade against possible American sanctions, a report said.
China accuses EU of taking WTO back to ‘law of jungle’
China accused the European Union on Tuesday of risking a return to the “law of the jungle,” telling a dispute hearing at the World Trade Organization that it was astonished by what it called the EU’s disregard for the WTO’s rulebook.

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