Mohammad Zarif : Europe must offset U.S. withdraw from nuclear deal

BERLIN (Reuters) - Europe should take action to neutralise the consequences of the U.S. decision to quit a 2015 Iran nuclear accord to ensure its own long-term economic interests, Iran's Foreign Minister said in an interview published on Saturday. Mohammed Javad Zarif told Germany's Der Spiegel news magazine that Iran could

U.S., France to discuss Iran nuclear deal next week

By Middle East Affairs European signatories of the 2015 international nuclear deal have yet to agree on a plan to meet U.S. President Donald Trump's demands, but Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron will meet anyway on Tuesday at the White House to discuss it, Reuters reported. A U.S. official told reporters

U.S. supports potential E.U. sanctions against Iran

By Middle East Affairs As some members of the European Union are pushing for sanctions against Iran to save the 2015 international nuclear deal, the United States is expressing its support, Reuters reports. Agreed under former president Barack Obama's administration, the United States, China, Russia, Germany, Britain and France signed a deal