UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – Following the withdrawal of the United States from the nuclear deal with Iran, Reiner Haseloff, a German politician, called for the revision of Russian-German relations to ensure the commercial interests of both countries while expressing his concern about in the future of his country’s trade relations.
After Washington’s exit from the Global Joint Action Plan (GAPP), Reiner Haseloff, the Prime Minister of Saxony-Anhalt called for a different approach to Russia, the Fars News news agency reported.
The German politician said the current developments in Iran should lead Germany to rethink its policy on Russia.
The German politician stressed that a return to normal commercial relations would be in the interest of both countries.
Given the US sanctions against Iran, it is more important than ever to talk to our neighbor to the east, Russia, he said before adding that German companies could be forced to leave final Russian market.
After the crisis in eastern Ukraine and Crimea’s attachment to Russia, the West has taken a series of sanctions against Russia, targeting mainly its commercial sector. This action has always been the subject of criticism from Russia’s partner companies.
Recently, after the announcement of US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw his country from the nuclear deal with Iran, the European side is increasingly concerned about the future of its trade relations with Tehran. .