Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his French counterpart Jean‑Yves Le Drian have conferred on the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, also known as JCPOA.
Iran’s president has referred to widespread condemnation of Trump’s anti-Iran allegations, and said the US president will finally have to back off from his stances given the world’s support for Tehran.
Ali Akbar Velayati, an international advisor to Iran's Leader, says the Europeans cannot say they accept the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and at the same time call for negotiations on Iran’s missile program.
An Iranian newspaper says the US is distracting the world’s public opinion by ‘pretending’ to be against the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1, while hatching plots with the EU to make the most profit out of Iran’s lucrative market.
Japanese Foreign Minister Tarō Kōno, in a phone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, voiced Tokyo’s support for the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, known as JCPOA.
A Russian deputy foreign minister says the international nuclear deal with Iran is working “quite efficiently” and requires no amendment, dismissing calls by the United States to address “flaws” in the deal.
The European Union’s foreign ministers have thrown their weight behind the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers in light of US President Donald Trump’s decertification decision.
If Iran is to incur the expense of implementing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action without enjoying the advantages of the nuclear deal due to US obstructive policies, it will definitely reconsider its decision to honor the accord, Iran’s parliament speaker said.
Iranian media have continued to show strong reactions to Donald Trump’s comments against Iran and the Iran nuclear deal.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif have held phone talks on the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, also known as JCPOA.