After US Exit, Iran Urges Other Signatories to Preserve Nuclear Deal

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, is calling the U.S. pullout from the nuclear deal illegal and urging other signatories not to follow its lead. State-run Iranian media said Sunday Zarif sent a letter to the foreign ministers of the remaining …

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Five Questions for: Medea Benjamin on Korea, the Nuclear Deal and her New Book on Iran

Peace activist Medea Benjamin famously heckled President Barack Obama about closing Guantanamo Bay, was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, won the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Prize in 2010, and is the author of ten books. Her latest, Inside Iran …

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Iranian FM Zarif sends counterparts letters on JCPOA

TEHRAN, May 31 (MNA) – In separate letters to his counterparts, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has briefed them on the latest situation of the Iran nuclear deal. Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Ghasemi said on Wednesday, “Dr. Zarif …

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Iran’s Oil Exports Fall in May, when US Quit Nuclear Deal

Iran’s crude oil exports have declined slightly in May, according to estimates from a leading tanker-tracking company, in the first sign that the threat of U.S. sanctions may be deterring buyers. The estimates from Geneva-based Petro-Logistics also suggest Iranian oil buyers are not rushing to cut volumes from OPEC’s third-largest producer.

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German FM vows to assist Iran’s economy if it adheres to nuclear deal

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says Berlin is prepared to help Iran improve its economy and business ties while Tehran remains committed to a landmark nuclear agreement it signed with major powers in 2015, Press TV reported. “We will continue to make efforts to fulfill Iran’s hopes for economic recovery and good trade relations as long as Iran is ready and able to prove that it adheres to its obligations under the nuclear deal,” Maas said on Tuesday.

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Iran’s Javid Zarif in India to Discuss Cooperation In Light of U.S. Breakaway From Nuclear Deal

Iran’s top diplomat is in India as part of international consultations aimed at discussing continued mutual cooperation with world countries now that the US has quit a multi-lateral nuclear accord with the Islamic Republic. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s plane touched down in New Delhi on Monday, with a delegation of political and economic officials tagging along.

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Poland says EU needs more ’empathy’ toward U.S. over Iran deal

WARSAW (Reuters) – The EU should pay more heed to U.S. security concerns linked to Washington’s withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal as the bloc decides how to address American sanctions against the Islamic Republic, Poland’s chief diplomat said.

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Iran FM Mohammad Javad Zarif in Moscow as Russia moves to save nuclear deal

MOSCOW: Iran’s foreign minister visits Moscow on Monday as Russia tries to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive in the wake of Washington’s pull-out, pushing it into rare cooperation with Europe. Mohammad Javad Zarif’s diplomatic tour took him to Beijing at …

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Foreign Minister Zarif says Iran “ready” to resume nuke program if the U.S. leaves deal

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sits down with moderator Margaret Brennan to talk about the fate of the Iran Nuclear Deal and what Iran plans to do if the United States backs out of the deal.

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