"Trump's presupposition was that upon leaving the JCPOA Iran would leave the agreement too, and then United States would have the chance to put into practice what they intend", said the Iranian official. In return, Iran agreed to restrictions on its nuclear activities, increasing the time it would need to produce an atom bomb if it chose to do so. Iran's production of non-nuclear missiles and support for foreign groups were not covered by the 2015 nuclear accords reached under the administration of former President Barack Obama.
Mogherini insisted the European Union was not motivated by business profits in trying to keep the deal alive.
According to the newspaper, Chinese President XI Jinping will meet with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the meeting of the Shanghai cooperation organization (SCO).
The ministry said Russian President Vladimir Putin, Kazakh leader Nursultan Nazarbaev, and Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov will attend the summit, but it did not mention what other leaders are scheduled to come.
Turkish central bank governor signal on monetary policy boosts lira
Erdogan, a self-described "enemy of interest rates", wants to keep borrowing costs low, particularly ahead of looming elections. Alongside last week's rate hike, the central bank has taken a series of measures to ease forex liquidity.
Waymo will purchase up to 62,000 self-driving minivans from Chrysler
The company has been working on self-driving technology for almost a decade, and is focusing on four potential lines of business. The ride sharing company notes that talks are ongoing with Waymo benefiting from Uber's large network of vehicles.
Kyle Busch blows past field for 1st Charlotte points win
But with this being 100 miles longer than any other race on the NASCAR circuit, Harvick has plenty of time to push to the front. But he found his winning ways again and even joked about the sun breaking through when he went to Victory Lane to celebrate.
European firms doing business in Iran face US sanctions after President Donald Trump withdrew from a deal between the US, France, Germany, Britain, Russia, China and Iran, which lifted sanctions in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear program.
His trip will be part of a flurry of Iranian diplomatic efforts aimed at saving the nuclear deal.
Speaking in an interview with Iran's state TV Sunday night, May 27, Araqchi warned that "Iran might pull out of the JCPOA if we do not reach a conclusion at the end of our negotiations with the European signatories" of the nuclear deal, also called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
But Beijing, which is Iran's top trade partner and one of the biggest buyers of its oil, has signaled that it intends to keep working with the Islamic regime despite the USA move.