Iran FM to meet Lavrov on Syria

Iran FM to meet Lavrov on Syria

According to the diplomat, currently, the negotiations of the European countries participating in the nuclear deal we are talking about whether it is possible in principle, further trade with Iran after the release of a nuclear deal with the United States.

Lavrov said it was crucial that any new US sanctions on Iran did not scuttle the hard-won deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

The Russian and German foreign ministers say they are working to salvage a landmark nuclear agreement with Iran after President Donald Trump announced that the United States would leave the deal and would reinstate sanctions on Tehran.

Lavrov added that Russia, Germany, China, Britain, and France - the remaining participants in the agreement - must work to "enable the preservation of this important document for regional stability".

"Without doubt we will make sure firstly that this does not destroy the JCPOA". Under the accord, reached before Trump took office, Iran curbed its nuclear fuel production drive and won sanctions relief in return.

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About Maas said in an interview with the newspaper Bild am Sonntag published on Sunday, may 13.

The White House said May 9 that new sanctions would be announced probably as early as next week, but gave no details.

Maas noted it's important that Iran continues to abide by the deal, adding that he discussed how Moscow could encourage Tehran to do that.

The leaders of France, Germany and the United Kingdom have also expressed their regret over the USA decision in a joint statement, stressing their countries' commitment to the JCPOA. "In Moscow Zarif plans to meet with Lavrov.".

Lavrov said President Vladimir Putin had raised the issue with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was in Moscow on Wednesday to attend a military parade commemorating the Soviet victory in World War Two over Nazi Germany. Israel intercepted some of the Iranian missiles with the aid of the Iron Dome air defense systems while others fell short of striking the targets.

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