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European External Action Service - EEAS 🇪🇺 May 13
Replying to @FedericaMog
. will meet with the Foreign Ministers of Germany, France and UK for EU+3 meeting in the margins of today's to discuss how to best continue support full implementation
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Javad Zarif May 17
In final 2 days of Asia tour—Turkmenistan, India, China & Japan—fruitful discussions w/ FM Kono & PM Abe in Tokyo, & FM Wang Yi in Beijing. Int'l community, members, & our partners must step up efforts to restore stability & save JCPOA through concrete economic measures.
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Khamenei.ir May 15
To improve affairs, don’t look to foreigners. Others won't help us; they’d even harm us. You see Europe? We didn't have disputes. Interestingly they reiterate: We’re committed to . What does Germany, France & UK's commitment to JCPOA mean? What commitment do you abide by?!
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GermanForeignOffice May 13
Foreign Minister after E3/EU consultations 🇩🇪🇫🇷🇬🇧🇪🇺 on the : the agreement will remain the basis for Iran not having nuclear weapons – which is absolutely crucial for our security. Therefore, we have a consensus that we want to preserve the agreement.
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Reza Nasri May 20
Does know he's playing into the hands of the "Military industrial complex"?
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Iran Embassy bishkek 2h
zarif: Threats will not work against Iran.
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IRNA News Agency 1h
Russia, Germany, France stress preserving
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GermanForeignOffice May 13
FM after meeting with : although our views on the differ, we have the same objectives. No nuclear weapons for Iran, and a different role for Iran in the region. It is important for us to communicate on this issue as well and as often as we can.
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Ville Kostian 7m
"’s Uranium Stockpile and the Future of the "
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US_Review 15h
said: won't negotiate with unless the US shows Tehran "respect" by honoring its commitments under the . He belives "US is playing a very, very dangerous game" by boosting its military presence in the region. "Extreme prudence is required" he said.
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Farshad 17h
Replying to @GregShugar
Dear US, actually we're no huge fan of your administrations at all, whoever wants to run it. Our region still suffers from Bush (Iraq), Obama (Libiya & Yemen) & Trump. And regarding , to be honest, we havn't received what we negotiated & promised even in Obama era.
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Mr.h® 16h
Replying to @GregShugar
Your administrations are making life harder & harder for Iranian people. I was a huge fan of while negotiations were running BUT now we have problem even with foods & medicines due to US sanctions... I won't trust US again!!! Sincerely, Iran
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IRNA News Agency 3h
: reacts to France's stance on
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Iran Front Page 8h
Iran Ready to Implement Just as France Did: Spokesman
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