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Iran’s Rouhani urges Europe to avoid ‘threats or pressure’

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani yesterday urged Europe to avoid "threats or pressure" in any negotiations with Tehran, as he received Ireland's foreign minister amid diplomatic efforts to revive a landmark nuclear deal. "The best way to solve problems with European partners at various bilateral, regional and international levels, is negotiations based on mutual respect and avoiding any threats or pressure," Rouhani told Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney at yesterday's meeting,. The Iranian president criticised Europe's "inactivity on JCPOA commitments" and added that Iran is committed to "preserving the JCPOA and is the only party that has paid a price for it." "But this situation cannot continue as it is," Rouhani stressed.

 

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