Britain believes Iran nuclear deal `has value´ despite USA exit, says Johnson

Britain believes Iran nuclear deal `has value´ despite USA exit, says Johnson

Britain believes Iran nuclear deal `has value´ despite USA exit, says Johnson

The trip comes after U.S. President Donald Trump announced on May 8 that Washington was walking away from the agreement, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

All the other signatories to the deal that hobbled Iran's nuclear program - Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China - agree that Tehran is in full compliance with its terms, as do the United Nations, the International Atomic Energy Agency, and U.S. Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis.

The new agreement would replace the Iran nuclear accord, which Mr. Trump formally abandoned last week but which the leaders of Britain, France and Germany have vowed to preserve.

The foreign minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Javad Zarif has arrived in Brussels ahead of a meeting with his British, French and German counterparts.

Tehran's chief diplomat embarked on the tour as regional tensions spiked just days after unprecedented Israeli strikes in Syria which a monitor said killed at least 11 Iranian pro-regime fighters, triggering fears of a broader conflict between the two arch-enemies.

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She said Iran and the Europeans will be working over the coming weeks to find practical solutions which will include continuing to sell Iran's oil and gas products, maintaining effective banking transactions and protecting European investments in Iran.

"When it comes to the danger of a nuclear arms race in the Middle East, there is no sign Iran or any of the other major powers in the existing and so far successful pact will simply fall in line" with Trump's plan.

White House national security adviser John Bolton says "regime change" in Iran is not now part of the administration's policy, despite his past suggestions that the United States should push for a new government in Tehran.

The website attributed the remarks to Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi as reported by Seyyed Hossein Naghavi, spokesman of parliament's foreign affairs commission.

Together with this may have raised the question about "the potential impact of United States sanctions on those companies that now do business in Iran". "It depends on the conduct of other governments".

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PRESIDENT Trump announced on May 8, 2018 that U.S. was withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal. The conditions Washington has set for Tehran to meet are utterly unrealistic. If they're going to see that it's not in their interest to stay in the deal; we're going to have to watch what the Iranians do. On Saturday, French President Emmanuel Macron told Trump in a telephone call that he was anxious about stability in the Middle East, according to Macron's office.

Bolton said on ABC's "This Week". "The policy of the administration is to make sure that Iran never gets close to deliverable nuclear weapons".

Asked about past comments of supporting regime change in Iran prior to joining the White House, Bolton said, "I've written and said a lot of things when I was a complete free agent".

A spokesperson for May's office said, "The Prime Minister made clear that the United Kingdom condemns the Iranian missile attacks against Israeli forces and called on Iran to refrain from any further attacks".

This, along with its diplomatic moves to orchestrate an end to the Syrian conflict, has put Moscow at loggerheads with the U.S. and Europe, which have intervened against the regime.

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She said: "Boris Johnson will be here in Brussels together with the foreign ministers of Germany and France to work together to preserve a deal we have achieved together - also with Russian Federation and China - and we will save it together".

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