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Araqchi: Europe Should Make More Sacrifices to Preserve Nuclear Deal

25 June 2018, 01:14 | Bernice Figueroa

Frustrated by Lack of Economic Guarantees, Iranian Regime Likely to Exit Nuclear Deal, Deputy FM Says

An Iranian military fighter plane flies past an oil tanker during naval manoeuvres in the Gulf and Sea of Oman

Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister is warning that Tehran may leave the 2015 nuclear deal in the coming weeks.

He underscored the European Union's firm position on full implementation of the JCPOA, calling the JCPOA an important deal for non-proliferation of nuclear weapons which can guarantee peace and security at regional and global levels. He also said Iran's patience is running out.

The lawmaker further said Zarif is also slated to hold talks on the latest developments in the region and the world as well as the US's exit from the JCPOA and its sanctions against Iran.

Since the United States president pulled Washington out of the historic nuclear deal, European countries have been scrambling to ensure that Iran gets enough economic benefits to persuade it to stay in the deal. "What matters us is the continuity of European firms' presence in Iran, sale of crude oil and depositing of oil incomes in our bank accounts without any problems".

Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran Abbas Arakchi is on his visit to Moscow now.


Russian Federation and China have reaffirmed their support for the deal, stressing that they would continue to do business with Iran.

If Europe and other signatories of JCPOA want to maintain Iran's nuclear deal, they must sacrifice more in this respect.

Iran has announced a list of 15 demands for improving relations with the United States, including a USA return to the 2015 nuclear accord, in response to a similar list of demands made by Washington last month.

Zarif presented a short list of the rightful demands of the Iranian people from the United States government.

The US withdrew from the deal on May 8, when President Donald Trump refused to renew sanctions waivers on Iran and imposed tough new sanctions instead.



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