Iran, world powers to have first nuclear meet since Trump pullout

Iran, world powers to have first nuclear meet since Trump pullout

Iran, world powers to have first nuclear meet since Trump pullout

Rouhani asserted that Iran will not buckle under USA pressure and urged dialogue to resolve the differences between the nations. "There's going to be enormous amount of pressure brought to bear on US allies to comply". The Administration's stated goal is to deter Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei from pursuing ballistic missile development and to curtail its support for Shiite militant groups in Yemen, Syria and Lebanon.

Dozens of European companies have already dropped plans for investment in Iran, including the French oil giant Total.

"The remaining sanctions will snap back on November 4".

"At the meeting, which will be held at the request of Iran, foreign ministers of Iran and five world powers will discuss a proposed European package and measures to protect the agreement", Iranian state news agency IRNA reported on Tuesday.

The United States pulled out of a multinational deal in May to lift sanctions against Iran in return for curbs to its nuclear program.

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They said the Iranian diplomat in Vienna was believed to be a contact of the couple.

The president made the remarks in a meeting with Iranian expats in Austria.

The apparent foiled attack was to have targeted a meeting of thousands of Iranian opposition supporters in a northern suburb of the French capital that was also attended by leading United States figures, including close allies of President Donald Trump.

Rouhani and Swiss President Alain Berset both underscored the importance of the nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, substantial parts of which were negotiated in Switzerland.

"After the JCPOA [nuclear deal] we showed very clearly that whatever promise we make, we stand by", Rouhani said.

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The move is among the latest efforts by Washington to crack down on Tehran after President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: Democratic voters will support Republicans because of ICE criticism Coney Barrett, Kavanaugh among candidates who met with Trump: report Trump administration recommends against allowing China Mobile access to USA market MORE announced in May that he would withdraw from a 2015 deal with Iran that sought to curb the country's nuclear ambitions in exchange for sanctions relief.

Meanwhile, a major focus of Trump's campaign is to drive Tehran's economy-sustaining oil exports to zero.

"We are prepared to work with countries that are reducing their imports on a case-by-case basis, but as with our other sanctions, we are not looking to grant wavers or licenses", Mr Hook said when asked about India and Turkey which import Iranian oil. "They don't understand the meaning of this statement, because it has no meaning for Iranian oil not to be exported, while the region's oil is exported", the website,, quoted him as saying.

The White House said on Saturday that Saudi Arabia's King Salman had promised Trump that he can raise oil production if needed, and that Riyadh has 2 million barrels per day of spare capacity.

Israel, the United States, and some other countries, he said, have always sought to either weaken or break off Iran's ties with the world and promote Iranophobia.

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"I don't think the State Department would have the confidence to say "zero exports" if they didn't have China on board", said Sara Vakhshouri, a veteran of the Iranian state oil company now at SVB Energy International, an energy consultancy.

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