Iran Open to Discuss Small Changes to JCPOA If US Bans Lifted

Nuclear Deal Talk, JCPOA, Flags

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says he is open to discuss small changes, additions or amendments to the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and six major powers if the United States lifted sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic.

“I will be open to discuss small changes, additions or amendments to nuclear deal if sanctions were taken away,”
Rouhani told media in New York, according to Reuters.

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Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron has also expressed hope that good news would be heard about Iran in coming hours.

US President Donald Trump exited the 2015 deal last year and reimposed and toughened sanctions on Iran that had been lifted under the pact.

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