london - Great Britain wants to ensure that the nuclear deal with Iran stays with its European partners. Tehran must therefore continue to fulfill the obligations arising from the treaty. That is what Prime Minister Theresa May told the Iranian President Hassan Rohani on Sunday.
'Both leaders see the importance of staying in conversation with each other. They look forward to the meeting held by the Foreign Ministers of the UK, Germany, France and Iran on Tuesday in Brussels ', the May office summed up the telephone consultation with Rohani.
US President Donald Trump withdrew the US last week from the agreement that was signed in 2015 under his predecessor Barack Obama. His new safety advisor, John Bolton, told European companies on Sunday. If these continue to do business with Iran, American sanctions 'are possible. '
Bolton struck a more warlike tone than his colleague Mike Pompeo. The foreign minister stated that Washington continues to hope for new and better nuclear agreements with Iran.
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