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European threat spells ‘breakdown of diplomacy’ on Iran nuclear deal
Europe’s threat to trigger a mechanism that could re-impose sanctions on Iran, marks a diplomatic failure to save the country’s 2015 multinational nuclear deal with world powers, according to Reuters quoting unnamed European diplomats.
Germany, India reaffirm support for Iran nuclear deal
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaffirmed their commitment to the Iran nuclear deal during a meeting in New Delhi on Friday.
Trump, EU clash over trade at G7 opening
US president to face EU pressure over Iran nuclear deal
US will be responsible if Iran nuclear deal collapses: Russian diplomat
A senior Russian diplomat has urged the US to stop using “methods of blatant blackmail and intimidation” aimed at forcing Iran out of a 2015 multilateral nuclear deal, saying Washington will be responsible if the accord collapses.
France's Macron says Iran nuclear deal must be saved
France insists that the multilateral nuclear deal between Iran and major world powers, which has been severely targeted by the United States, must be saved and Tehran’s continued participation in it ensured.
Iran denies plans for pulling out of JCPOA
Iran’s Foreign Ministry quashed rumors that it is getting ready to pull out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the multilateral nuclear agreement from which the US withdrew in May.
Putin reaffirms Russia's commitment to Iran nuclear deal
Russian President Vladimir Putin has underscored Moscow's readiness to remain committed to a landmark nuclear deal Iran signed with major powers in 2015 despite the US move to pull out from the agreement.
Germany - Cannot renegotiate Iran nuclear deal
Keeping the international nuclear deal with Iran is a top priority for Germany and it cannot be renegotiated, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Wednesday as a May 12 deadline looms for the US to decide on restoring US sanctions on Tehran.
American experts call for preserving Iran nuclear deal
More than one hundred American political and military figures in a statement urged US President Donald Trump to stay in Iran nuclear deal.
Killing Iran nuclear deal will lead to war, Merkel warns Netanyahu
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a staunch opponent of the Iran deal, against serious repercussions of a US decision to pull out of the multilateral agreement, saying such a move would plunge the Middle East into war.
Le Drian: Iran nuclear deal ‘must not be touched’
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian ruled out any alteration to the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, saying that the agreement “must not be touched.”
Europe strongly supports Iran's nuclear deal: EU lawmaker
A senior member of the European Parliament says the EU strongly supports the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, calling for closer ties with Tehran within the framework of the landmark accord.

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