Germany's Angela Merkel, France's Emmanuel Macron and the UK's Theresa May issued a joint statement following Trump's announcement yesterday that the U.S. would withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal - officially known at the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action - and re-impose sanctions on the country.
While Ushakov noted that the pact's signing had been planned for long time, the move coincides with the USA exit from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran that set the stage for re-imposing painful economic sanctions against Iran and rattled many us allies.
US President Donald Trump faced diplomatic isolation on Wednesday as world powers scrambled to save a landmark deal curbing Iran's nuclear program that he has rejected.
Trump said he definitive proof that Iran has violated the 2015 agreement aimed at freezing the country's nuclear ambitions. Mr. Trump and his administration should consider any improvements to the deal because it is our national security at stake.
Trump has promised that he can utilize his business negotiating skills to broker a better deal, according to Politico.
During his meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, President Trump and Macron did seem open to the possibility of improving the Iran deal to alleviate Mr. Trump's concerns.
Israel and Saudi Arabia, by contrast, have been U.S. allies pressing for a pullout from the deal. The rest of the worldwide community will work around the United States, and the United States will have declining influence.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said Trump's speech was silly and superficial and contained 10 lies.
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In Tehran, the protests centered around the building, which used to host the United States embassy before the countries severed diplomatic relations after the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran.
That said, they are our top ally and our interests are very often in lockstep.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered a thinly veiled rebuke to the Trump administration and Israel over their opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, setting the stage for a divisive G7 summit next month.
"[This] will only succeed in driving a wedge between us and our allies, whose help we need to enforce any future sanctions regime against Iran, and will effectively green light Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons", Warner said.
The sanctions seek to punish Iran for its nuclear program by limiting its ability to sell oil or do business overseas, affecting a wide range of Iranian economic sectors and individuals.
"We are unlocking new opportunities for prosperity and for peace", he said.
"There must be no doubt: Iran's nuclear programme must always remain peaceful and civilian".
Pyongyang will understandably now have doubts about the wisdom of negotiating with the USA and won't hesitate to bring them up.
Between 2012 and 2016, it's estimated the sanctions caused Iran to lose out on £118bn in oil money.