Iran nuclear deal

Ending Iran nuclear deal would worsen North Korea situation

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U.S. President Donald Trump risks driving Iran toward nuclear proliferation and worsening a standoff with North Korea if Washington ends a nuclear deal with Iran, former Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday.

Kerry, who negotiated the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, was speaking a week after Trump refused to certify that Tehran was in compliance, amid growing tensions with Pyongyang over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

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Iran nuclear deal will stand even if US pulls out

Iran nuclear deal will stand even if US pulls out

Possible US moves to decertify the Iranian nuclear deal is “unjustifiable,” Austria’s envoy to the UN has said. He added that the agreement will stand even if the US pulls out as all the other parties, including Tehran, are committed to it.
The nuclear deal with Iran, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), will remain in place even if the United States decide to pull out of the agreement, Jan Kickert told the IRNA news agency in an exclusive interview. 

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‘Grave error’: France’s Macron berates Trump for threatening Iran nuclear deal

‘Grave error’: France’s Macron berates Trump for threatening Iran nuclear deal

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French President Emmanuel Macron said he defended the Iranian nuclear deal in front of US President Donald Trump, calling it a “good accord” that would be irresponsible to disrespect. Trump has repeatedly suggested he could pull the US from the deal.

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United States Secretary Of State Rex Tillerson Says He And Trump Disagree Over Iran Nuclear Deal

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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson acknowledged on Tuesday that he and President Donald Trump disagree over the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, and said the two men discuss how to use the international agreement to advance administration policies.

Trump at times vowed during the 2016 presidential election campaign to withdraw from the agreement, which was signed by the United States, Russia, China and three European powers to curb Iran's nuclear program in return for lifting most Western sanctions.

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