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London and Berlin urged Trump not to withdraw from an Iranian nuclear deal

on Mon May 07, 2018 11:21 am
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called on US President Donald Trump not to renounce Iran's nuclear deal, saying it would "be a mistake"

This is stated in the Johnson column on the New York Times.

The minister claims that "only Iran wins" after abandoning nuclear restrictions.

"We have every opportunity to ensure that Iran never receives nuclear weapons, this treaty has the fewest disadvantages," he wrote.

Johnson added that the deal "has gaps, of course, but I'm sure they can be fixed." The head of the British Foreign Office said that Britain, along with the United States, France and Germany, could achieve this.

The Foreign Minister reminded that the deal was supposed to impose restrictions on the nuclear program of Iran and "now that these handcuffs are in place, I do not see any advantages in turning them to the side," adding that the "handcuffs" should be improved.

In turn, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier (Frank-Walter Steinmeier) recalled the consequences of the termination of the nuclear deal with Iran. On Sunday, May 6, Steinmeier reminded German media in an interview with former US Secretary of State John Kerry, who said signing an agreement with Iran: "We must understand that this signature, we probably avoided wars."

"We need to remember what could happen if this deal collapses, and a new stage in the arms race will begin in the Middle East," Steinmeier added. The head of Germany also explained what makes him worry. "Not that I see a president who sometimes writes annoying tweets," Steinmeier said. He is worried that the US administration "no longer sees us as part of the world community."

-Recall that US President Donald Trump urged European allies to "correct the dreadful shortcomings" of the nuclear deal by May 12, 2015, otherwise he would refuse to extend the US sanctions regime against Iran.

-Iran's President Hassan Roohani said Iran is ready to respond to any US move on a nuclear deal.

-The leaders of Great Britain, France and Germany agreed that a nuclear deal with Iran is the best way to prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

-In turn, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif said that his country would not negotiate a change of nuclear deal from 2015.

-A representative of the US President's legal team, Rudolf Giuliani, said that Donald Trump wants to change the regime in Iran.

-Macron warned Trump of threatening the war in the event of a nuclear deal with Iran.

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