Johnson calls on Iran to change nuclear deal


UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on Iran to change its nuclear deal with an agreement to meet the demands of US President Donald Trump.

Speaking to the British BBC in his assessment of the nuclear deal with Iran, Johnson said the deal in President Trump’s eyes is flawed. “Come work together to change the agreement and replace it with an agreement,” said British Prime Minister Johnson.

Britain has acted with Germany and France as the “E3” group and has announced that it adheres to the nuclear deal with Iran.

In 2015, an agreement was signed between Iran, China, Germany, Russia, Britain and the European Union (EU) to regulate and control Tehran’s nuclear activities.

But after Trump took office, Washington unilaterally withdrew from the deal and began implementing sanctions on Iran again.

Iran urged other parties to stop Washington, but to no avail. In July 2019, Iran announced the suspension of several articles of the agreement, while on January 5, it suspended all commitments stemming from the agreement.

Tehran has said it is ready to come to an agreement if sanctions are lifted and its interests secured.


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