Iran Deal
Top EU diplomat heads to Tehran to revive nuclear deal

June 24 (Reuters) - European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell will travel to Iran on Friday to try to urge Tehran to seal an agreement to revive the nuclear deal with world powers signed in 2015 that the United States withdrew from but is now seeking to save.

Called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and struck by Iran and six major powers, Tehran limited its nuclear program to make it harder for it to get a bomb in exchange for relief from economic sanctions.

# Iran Deal # European Appeasement
Moises Navarro 23:18 24.06.2022
EU needs to worry about the Ukraine crisis and pull out of Iranian deals!!!!
Laura D 21:02 24.06.2022
Evil organization.
19:38 24.06.2022
19:38 24.06.2022
Borek is an excellent example of what ails the EU. Incompetent and vainglorious. Moreover, has no real authority. EU foreign policy does not exists. So, good riddance for him in Tehran.
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