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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a televised interview Tuesday that he welcomed replacing the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal with a new agreement negotiated by President Trump.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a televised interview Tuesday that he welcomed replacing the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal with a new agreement negotiated by President Trump.

Fears for the future of the 2015 accord grow as the UK, France, Germany complain of Iranian breaches.Fears for the future of the 2015 accord grow as the UK, France, Germany complain of Iranian breaches.

Iran nuclear deal: European powers trigger dispute mechanism - BBC News

The European nations triggered a dispute mechanism in the 2015 pact, a first step toward reimposing United Nations sanctions.The European nations triggered a dispute mechanism in the 2015 pact, a first step toward reimposing United Nations sanctions.

There is an old African saying that, when elephants fight, it’s the grass which suffers. Britain is feeling the discomfort of crushed grass as a result of the various fights picked by the government’s powerful but belligerent friend Donald Trump. There is an old African saying that, when elephants fight, it’s the grass which suffers. Britain is feeling the discomfort of crushed grass as a result of the various fights picked by the

After Trump's silence over the Soleimani assassination, the UK faces a dilemma over its special relationship | The Independent

A year ago, President Donald Trump wrote of his support for the Iranian people’s basic economic and political rights.A year ago, President Donald Trump wrote of his support for the Iranian people’s basic economic and political rights.

Khosrow B. Semnani: The U.S. can’t bomb Iran’s regime out of power - The Salt Lake Tribune

“Most important point @BorisJohnson makes is he wants Trump to negotiate his own deal to eliminate nuclear threat from Iran, to replace Obama’s JCPOA”

Robert Peston on Twitter: "Most important point @BorisJohnson makes is he wants Trump to negotiate his own deal to eliminate nuclear threat from Iran, to replace Obama’s JCPOA"

“Updating MPs on why 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 🇩🇪 have today triggered the Dispute Resolution Mechanism in the Iran nuclear deal. We want to keep the deal alive, not extinguish it. If Iran has the will, Britain will use its diplomatic energy to work with allies to chart the way forward”

Dominic Raab on Twitter: "Updating MPs on why 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 🇩🇪 have today triggered the Dispute Resolution Mechanism in the Iran nuclear deal. We want to keep the deal alive, not extinguish it. If Iran has the will, Britain will use its diplomatic energy to work with allies to chart the way forward"

“Europe triggers Dispute Resolution Mechanism for Iran nuclear deal. Iran losing their remaining piece of negotiating leverage—nominal support from US allies.”

ian bremmer on Twitter: "Europe triggers Dispute Resolution Mechanism for Iran nuclear deal. Iran losing their remaining piece of negotiating leverage—nominal support from US allies."

“European Powers Put Iran Nuclear Deal on Notice - WSJ https://t.co/HnGDvurt7J”

Senator John Cornyn on Twitter: "European Powers Put Iran Nuclear Deal on Notice - WSJ https://t.co/HnGDvurt7J"

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Tehran has announced it is withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear deal following the killing by the US of Quds commander Qassem Soleimani. It also stated, however, that it will continue to cooperate with the IAEA and expressed its willingness to return to the deal if the economic sanctions are lifted. This suggests that despite its repeated violations of the nuclear deal over the past year, Iran is reluctant to escalate conflict.Tehran has announced it is withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear deal following the killing by the US of Quds commander Qassem Soleimani. It also stated, however, that it will continue to cooperate with the IAEA and expressed its willingness to return to the deal if the economic sanctions are lifted. This suggests that despite its repeated violations of the nuclear deal over the past year, Iran is reluctant to escalate conflict.

The Killing of Soleimani and Iran’s Nuclear Program

The UK prime minister also insisted that the Iranian nuclear deal should be replaced with a new one negotiated by the president.The UK prime minister also insisted that the Iranian nuclear deal should be replaced with a new one negotiated by the president.

Boris Johnson urges Donald Trump to 'dial down' his conflict with Iran - AOL News

The EU must now inform the other parties to the deal – Russia, China and Iran. If no resolution is found after 15 days, UN sanctions could be snapped back.The EU must now inform the other parties to the deal – Russia, China and Iran. If no resolution is found after 15 days, UN sanctions could be snapped back.

France, Britain, Germany trigger Iran nuclear deal dispute mechanism - The Jerusalem Post

The UK, France, and Germany said their decision came after Iran pulled away from the nuclear deal despite their attempts to revive it.The UK, France, and Germany said their decision came after Iran pulled away from the nuclear deal despite their attempts to revive it.

Iran nuclear deal: European signatories trigger dispute mechanism - Business Insider

Macron said he had a phone call on Sunday with Russian President Vladimir Putin.Macron said he had a phone call on Sunday with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russia and France Want to Safeguard Iran Nuclear Deal, Macron Said - The Moscow Times

E3 bloc says Iran failing to respect its side of nuclear pact but adds it is not joining US 'maximum pressure' campaign.E3 bloc says Iran failing to respect its side of nuclear pact but adds it is not joining US 'maximum pressure' campaign.

France, Germany, UK pull diplomatic trigger on Iran deal dispute | Iran News | Al Jazeera

Last Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a joint statement that they remained committed to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and urged Tehran to cancel all measures that go against the Iran nuclear deal.Last Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a joint statement that they remained committed to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and urged Tehran to cancel all measures that go against the Iran nuclear deal.

France, UK, and Germany Trigger Iran Nuclear Deal Dispute Mechanism - Sputnik International

Calls for caution unite the EU, Russia and China as they monitor the latest twist in the U.S.-Iranian saga.Calls for caution unite the EU, Russia and China as they monitor the latest twist in the U.S.-Iranian saga.

The Globe's Powers Take a Delicate Approach to the U.S.-Iran Fight

France, Britain and Germany plan to trigger on Tuesday the dispute mechanism in the Iran nuclear deal following renewed violations by Tehran of the 2015 accord, Reuters reported two European diplomats as saying on Tuesday.France, Britain and Germany plan to trigger on Tuesday the dispute mechanism in the Iran nuclear deal following renewed violations by Tehran of the 2015 accord, Reuters reported two European diplomats as saying on Tuesday.

Germany, France & Britain to trigger Iran deal dispute mechanism ‘to save accord’ — RT Newsline

Britain, France and Germany have launched action under the Iran nuclear agreement paving the way for possible sanctions in response to Tehran’s attempts to roll back parts of the deal, European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Tuesday. The three countries, which signed the internationalBritain, France and Germany have launched action under the Iran nuclear agreement paving the way for possible sanctions in response to Tehran’s attempts to roll back parts of the deal, European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Tuesday. The three countries, which signed the international

EU launches Iran nuclear deal dispute action