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Iran warns of reprisal if United States doesn't compensate

16 May 2018, 06:58 | Erica Roy

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

And Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkey's President Recep Erdogan about how to save the 2015 agreement with Iran, according to Russia's official press agency TASS.

With Germany, France, Britain and the European Union vowing to remain committed to the global deal, businesses have been thrust in the middle.

London, Paris and Berlin have reiterated their commitment to the 2015 Iran deal, following the United States withdrawal last Thursday.

He will then go to Brussels to meet counterparts from Germany, Britain and France "about the fate of the nuclear deal", Iranian state television said.

Al-Bilad Islamic Bank and its CEO and chairman, Aras Habib, were also hit with USA sanctions, as was Muhammad Qasir, who the Treasury said is a Hezbollah official who has been a "critical conduit" for transferring funds to Hezbollah from the Revolutionary Guards.

"After all, Iran is ready to talk".

But analysts said Iran was determined to maintain the moral high ground in the coming weeks.


Britain continues to believe that the Iran nuclear deal "has value" despite the USA walking away from it, Boris Johnson said as he arrived in Brussels for talks with his French and German counterparts.

"As you know very well, we have many other disagreements", she said. "Both Germany and Russian Federation believe the deal should remain in force", the broadcaster added. All 195 participating member states and the European Union agreed to reduce emissions, decrease carbon output and try to rein in global warming.

The White House backed Israel's claims, accusing Iran of "reckless actions" that posed a "severe threat" to stability in West Asia.

But she emphasised that numerous problems began long before Trump's move last Tuesday. Its critics, Trump among them, described it as federal government overreach that would cause skyrocketing health costs for individuals.

German exports to Iran totalled almost 3 billion euros in 2017, while French exports soared from 562 million euros in 2015 to 1.5 billion in 2017 and oil giant Total has pledged to invest some $5 billion in the South Pars gas field. "They will never abandon the U.S. for us", said housewife Poormoslem. The Treasury Department accused the men of secretly funneling millions of dollars through an Iraqi bank to help Hezbollah, the militant network that the US considers a terrorist group.

The letter states, "the President of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has been tasked with taking all necessary steps in preparation for Iran to pursue industrial-scale enrichment without any restrictions, using the results of the latest research and development of Iran's courageous nuclear scientists".



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