Spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry Abbas Mousavi said that the European countries, France in particular, still make efforts to take some measures towards the fulfillment of their commitments under the July 2015 nuclear deal, but their efforts have not been tangible yet.
Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri said on Monday that Iran’s reduction of commitments under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal could be reversed if other parties upheld their side of the agreement.
China’s central bank governor on Sunday affirmed an official promise to avoid manipulating its currency to boost exports, an issue he said American and Chinese negotiators discussed in their latest talks aimed at ending a tariff war.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the remaining parties to the Iran nuclear deal should give the country practical assurances in the face of US sanctions in order for Tehran to stay in the accord.
Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations François Delattre described Iran deal as outcome of multilateralism, saying France will continue upholding its commitment as long as Iran complies with the accord.
French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire has warned that if a new populist government in Italy wants to evade its financial commitments regarding the European Union, it would put the entire eurozone economy at risk.
The United States and European Union called for continued support for the nuclear agreement reached between Iran and six world powers on the second anniversary of the landmark deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPAO).