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Merkel, Macron, May call on Iran to adhere to the nuclear deal


05/09/2018


German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Tehran not to back down from the agreement on a nuclear program concluded in 2015, despite the United States’s withdrawal of. "We ask Iran to exercise restraint in response to the US decision," the joint communiqué issued on Tuesday evening, May 8, reads.



Armin Kübelbeck
Armin Kübelbeck
In the opinion of the European leaders, the Iranian leadership should continue to fulfill its obligations. According to the reports of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) monitoring the implementation of the deal, Iran adheres to its terms, the statement stresses.

FRG, France and Great Britain will not refuse the deal with Iran.

Simultaneously, Merkel, Macron and May pointed out that their governments remain committed to implementation of the agreement with Iran and intend to work with the rest of the deal so that its terms continue to be met. "This includes maintaining economic benefits for the Iranian people, associated with the agreement," the authors of the statement said.

Earlier in the day, US President Donald Trump announced that Washington is leaving the agreement on Iran's nuclear program, and signed an appropriate memorandum. He called the agreement with Iran unacceptable in its present form, noting that it allows the possibility of deception on the part of Tehran, which can continue enriching uranium. The head of the White House said that there’s "undeniable evidence" that Iran, contrary to its promises, continues to develop nuclear weapons. 

A joint comprehensive plan of action (the Iran nuclear deal) was concluded between Iran and six countries - the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany - in 2015, during the presidency of Barack Obama. The current head of the White House has repeatedly called the agreement with Iran "the worst deal of all time." In contrast, the European participants in the accords with Tehran regard the deal as a major diplomatic success that allowed Iran to limit its nuclear program in exchange for weakening international sanctions.

source: dw.de






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