Unprecedented threat to Iran from European country: We can’t leave it unanswered last minute news
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German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that they cannot leave Iran’s breach of the nuclear agreement any more unanswered.
Maas, in a written statement, Britain, Germany and France, Iran’s nuclear agreement on the grounds of failure to meet the obligations of the Dispute Resolution Mechanism evaluated the decision to operate.
Heiko Maas stated that they had taken this decision as a result of their intensive consultations with France and Britain, “We could not leave Iran more violating the nuclear agreement.” used.
Maas called on Iran to make a constructive contribution to the process by stating that the goal is to reach a diplomatic solution by protecting this agreement and that they want to reach this goal with all parties to the agreement.
Germany, Britain and France announced today that they have decided to operate the Dispute Resolution Mechanism on the grounds that Iran has not fulfilled its obligations under the nuclear agreement.
In the joint statement of the foreign ministers of England, Germany and France, known as “E3”, “considering the actions of Iran, it is important to note our concerns that Iran is not fulfilling its commitments under the Comprehensive Joint Action Plan (JCPOA) and We have no choice but to move to the Joint Commission under the Dispute Resolution Mechanism. ” statements were used.
Iran and China, France, Germany, Russia, Britain and the European Union (EU) signed an agreement in 2015 to regulate and control Tehran’s nuclear activities.
However, after US President Donald Trump took office, Washington withdrew unilaterally from the agreement and began to re-impose sanctions on Iran.
Iran, who had asked the other parties to stop Washington, but failed to do so, announced in July 2019 that it suspended certain articles of the nuclear agreement and on January 5 it suspended all commitments arising from the agreement.
The Tehran administration expressed its readiness to return to an agreement if the sanctions were lifted and benefits were provided.
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