Iran's foreign ministry has said the USA is doing its best to derail the deal. In particular, the European Union and Iran would maintain and deepen economic ties, including in the area of oil and gas supplies.
Considering Trump's disposition towards the legacies of his predecessor, Obama, only the most incurable optimist would be taken aback by his decision to end the Iran nuke deal.
Accordingly, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said that Iran would remain in the worldwide nuclear deal in case the country's interests are secured by other parties to the agreement.
He is gauging worldwide readiness to guarantee Iran's interests if it decides to remain in the nuclear pact a week after US President Donald Trump announced that the US was walking away from the JCPOA.
He stated: "I consider we're heading in the right direction".
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The agreement saw decades-long global sanctions lifted in exchange for Iran curbing its controversial nuclear program.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Tuesday that experts had already begun work on measures to get round United States sanctions, focusing on nine key areas including Iran's ability to continue selling oil and gas products, and how to protect European companies doing business in the country.
Because the U.S.is the source of numerous parts used in Airbus planes, being barred from the American market would be nearly impossibly disruptive.
The letter appeared to confirm fears that pulling out of the Iran deal, which was strongly supported by European leaders like French president Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Theresa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, could cause a rift in the relationship between the United States and long-standing allies. We are operating in a very hard context ...
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European officials have insisted that the Iran deal is very much alive and say pushing back against Washington's threats is a matter of protecting their sovereignty. The pact, which was not a formal treaty, came after the US and allies started imposing sanctions on Iran in 2011, devastating its economy.
He stated: "We have now to simply accept, we now have to be real looking in regards to the electrified rail, the reside wire of American extra-territoriality, and the way that may function a deterrent to companies".
Europeans have sought to play down expectations of Tuesday's meeting, stressing the enormous challenge of finding a way around U.S. sanctions punishing foreign businesses trading with Iran, which have global reach.
"I think that it was a mistake to rip up the agreement, and we should've built on the agreement rather than stepping backwards", Paul said.
The meeting comes as Brussels tries to counter growing Russian influence in the region with promises of eventual membership of the European Union for increasingly impatient neighbors. The minister said he wanted France, Germany and Britain to reach out to the US administration and ask for "exemptions, additional deadlines, or to respect the contracts that have been agreed in good faith by our businesses in Iran".
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Juncker is set to jet off to Sofia, Bulgaria, for a working dinner with EU leaders on the eve of the EU-Western Balkan summit.