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EU’s Will to Preserve JCPOA in Contrast with Companies’ Withdrawal: Iran

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the EU’s commitment to remain in the Iran nuclear deal stands in contradiction with ongoing withdrawal of leading European companies from Iran.

European Car Manufactures to Remain in Iran despite US Bans

Informed sources say European carmakers like Peugeot, Citroen and Renault will continue their operation in Iran despite the upcoming re-imposition of US sanctions.

Top Iranian Officials Attend Parliament’s Closed Session on JCPOA

A number of Iran’s top diplomats and administration officials have attended a closed session of the parliament about the future of the 2015 nuclear agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), following the US withdrawal from the deal.

Iran-EU Joint Committee to Address Oil Trade Problems

EU Commissioner for Energy and Climate Miguel Arias Canete says Iran and the EU will form a joint working group to address challenges confronting Iran’s oil trade.

Europe to Open Channel to Facilitate Iran Banking Transactions: Official

Europe is seeking to open up a banking channel to allow conduction of transactions with Iran, as part of measures to protect European companies doing business in Iran against Washington’s move to re-impose anti-Tehran sanctions, an Iranian official said.

Iran’s Nuclear Chief Hopeful EU Can Save JCPOA

Iran’s nuclear chief says the European Union has promised to make every effort to salvage the 2015 nuclear accord, expressing hope it will honour its pledge to keep a deal that serves the interests of Iran, region and the international community.

Chinese Firm May Replace Total If It Exits Iran

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh says if French energy giant Total decides to exit the Iran South Pars 11 (SP11) gas field development, a Chinese company is ready to replace it.

“US Trying to Sway Decisions of Other Parties to Iran Deal”

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has lashed out at the US for its efforts to influence the willpower and decisions of other parties to the Iran nuclear deal.

“Iran Can Benefit from Possible Germany-Russia-China Alliance”

Upset by the US and its decisions, Germany may join an alliance between Russia and China, and this will provide Iran with a great opportunity to get rid of the nuclear deal, a report by an Iranian conservative website says.

JCPOA Institutionalised Iran Sanctions Instead of Stopping Them: IRGC

Chief-Commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad-Ali Jafari says the Iran nuclear deal turned into a tool to “institutionalise” sanctions against the Islamic Republic.