Britain, France, Germany, EU Express Concern over Iran's Violation of the Nuclear Deal

Tuesday 1440/10/29 - 2019/07/02
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London, July 2, 2019, SPA -- Britain, France, Germany and the European Union (EU) External Action Service expressed concern over Iran's breach of the nuclear deal.
The Foreign ministers of France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the EU High Representative Office express their deep concern over Iran's announcement, that it has exceeded the limit of its low-enriched uranium stockpile, according to the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan, the group said, in a statement released by the British government.
We have been steadfast and clear that our commitment to the nuclear agreement depends on Iran's full compliance, and we regret this decision by Iran, which questions the effectiveness of an important instrument of the nuclear non-proliferation, the statement said.
The group urged Iran to back down from the move and refrain from further actions undermining the nuclear deal, indicating that it was urgently considering steps that could be taken, under the terms of the agreement, and that it is in close coordination with other treaty partners.
-- SPA
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