EghtesadOnline: In a joint statement on Sunday, the three European parties to the 2015 nuclear agreement, namely France, Germany and Britain (E3), expressed concern about the risk of the deal's collapse, calling for the resumption of multilateral dialogue to stop the escalation of tensions.
EghtesadOnline: The UN nuclear watchdog confirmed on Monday that Iran has enriched uranium at a level higher than the limit set in its 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers.
EghtesadOnline: Europe should take further measures to ensure that the special trade channel set up to keep trade with Iran afloat satisfies Tehran's demands, a senior diplomat said on Saturday, while stressing that the country does not intend to leave the nuclear agreement.
EghtesadOnline: Iran’s ambassador to London, Hamid Baeidinejad, said US threats to sanction Iran’s reciprocal trade entity to Europe’s Instrument in Support of Trade Exchange could put an end to INSTEX, and by extension to whatever is left of European diplomacy vis-à-vis the Iran nuclear agreement.
EghtesadOnline: Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif on Sunday called on Europe to focus efforts on normalizing economic ties with Iran as required by the 2015 nuclear agreement instead of raising new issues outside the framework of the deal.
EghtesadOnline: Russia and European signatories to Iran's 2015 nuclear agreement have initiated talks to find ways to prevent the deal from unraveling after Tehran reduced its commitments in response to the United States' intensified pressure.
EghtesadOnline: Global Export Credit Unions participating in a meeting of the Berne Union Credit and Investment Insurers this week backed sustained cooperation with Iran despite the US move earlier this year to pull out of the historic nuclear agreement.
EghtesadOnline: Iran will continue to respect its nuclear agreement with world powers as long as its interests are preserved, President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday in a speech in Switzerland.
EghtesadOnline: U.S. and Iranian officials confirmed on Monday that the United States had completed a $8.6 million taxpayer-funded purchase of Iranian nuclear materials, a deal undertaken by the Obama administration to keep Iran in compliance with last summer’s nuclear agreement.
The White House is pushing to ease the way for companies to complete deals with Iran, aiming to cement the nuclear agreement reached last year and make it difficult for future administrations to undo it, senior U.S. officials said.