The conflict in Syria has taken an enormous scale and can not be settled without the participation of Russia, Turkey, Iran, Europe and other regional powers, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday.
The president, who participates in the sessions of the Bundestag for the approval of the 2018 federal budget, said in relation to the JCPOA that 'the question is whether it is convenient to end the agreement or maintain it, and we consider it better to remain in it'.
The work, Mogherini said, was focusing on nine key areas including Iran's capacity to continue selling oil and gas as well as ways to protect European firms doing business in the country.
Major European powers have sought to keep Iran in a landmark worldwide nuclear agreement after President Donald Trump pulled the US out of the pact and promised tough economic sanctions against Tehran.
The European Union's foreign policy chief says a meeting of the foreign ministers of France, Britain, Germany and Iran has yielded a blueprint for further talks to salvage the Iran nuclear deal after the United States pulled out.
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Then, weeks before trial a year ago , he agreed to cooperate. "You stole my thunder, judge", Rocco said today. He simply tried to downplay his role in the fake food scheme and refused to have meetings with US officials.
Meanwhile, Iranian President Hassan Rohani said on May 16 that Tehran will not flag under USA pressure.
"This agreement is anything but ideal", she told lawmakers, but noted that the United Nations nuclear watchdog has confirmed Iran is abiding by its terms.
Iran has described the sanctions as illegal and has warned that if talks to rescue the accord fail, it would ramp up its nuclear programme to a level more advanced.
"They think they can make the Iranian nation surrender by putting pressure on Iran, through sanctions and even threats of war. The Iranian nation will resist against the USA plots", Rouhani was quoted as saying by ISNA news agency. "I hope we see good results, but. we should become self-sufficient", Ali Akbar Velayati said, Fars news agency reported.