France's Macron says will keep working on broader Iran nuclear deal

  • France's Macron says will keep working on broader Iran nuclear deal

France's Macron says will keep working on broader Iran nuclear deal

"Reports about last night's Iranian attacks against Israeli army posts from inside Syria to which Israel responded by striking against Iranian targets in Syria are extremely worrying", the European External Action Service (EEAS) said in a statement.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Wednesday said Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments.

Britain, France and Germany said they remained committed to the deal despite Tuesday's decision by US President Donald Trump to withdraw.

Washington's five other partners in the deal have already taken turns to denounce Trump's attack on the multilateral Iran deal, vowing that they would stick to their commitments under the accord despite the U.S. withdrawal.

For his part, German foreign minister said Berlin followed the happening on the Golan Heights with "a great concern". He underlined, that regardless of U.S. unilateral sanctions, the lifting of the UNSC sanctions could not be revised. A source in the Iranian Foreign Ministry also told TASS that Zarif will pay a visit to Moscow on May 14 for consultations on the nuclear deal.

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Together, we emphasize our continuing commitment to the JCPOA. "If they do, there will be very severe consequences".

The White House in a statement blamed the "provocative" attacks by Iran, saying the United States "strongly support Israel's right to act in self-defence".

"Without doubt we will make sure firstly that this does not destroy the JCPOA".

Khamenei has the final say on all state matters and commands the loyalty of the IRGC, which has huge political and economic influence domestically. Iran would have been under pressure to temper its bellicose rhetoric, support of violent extremist groups, cyber hacking campaigns, and end the building of a network of partners and proxies - the "axis of resistance" - which raises regional tensions and could lead to military confrontations.

"It is unbelievable, but 73 years after the Holocaust, there is a country in the Middle East-Iran-that is calling for the destruction of another 6 million Jews", stated Netanyahu. "The Kremlin doesn't want a direct conflict between Iran and Israel, but if it were to happen, they have an interest in playing both sides", she said.