Germany, France and Great Britain accuse Iran of jeopardizing nuclear deals

President of Iran Ibrahim Raisi

The deal, negotiated since 2015, has been on the brink since the US pulled out in 2018.

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Berlin, Paris Germany, France and Great Britain accuse Iran of endangering the international nuclear deal. In a joint statement by the three states on Saturday, Iran again raised separate issues related to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty as an agreement was reached in talks to renew the deal.

“This latest request raises serious doubts about Iran’s intentions and commitment to a successful outcome.”

The 2015 international agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear program has been in balance since the US withdrew in 2018. The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) investigations into traces of uranium found at Iranian plants, the appearance of which the leadership in Tehran cannot explain, are a topic of renewed US efforts.

Iran has denied allegations by the United States and its allies that it is developing nuclear weapons under the guise of a civilian nuclear program.

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