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Europe could work to keep nuclear deal alive without US

14 March 2018

US officials will pick up discussions with their British, French and German counterparts on Thursday over the fate of the Iran nuclear deal, weeks ahead of a deadline set by US President Donald Trump threatening to pull out of the accord.

"This will require a "soft exit" that would secure American agreement to delay enforcement of secondary USA sanctions so European and other global companies could continue trading with and investing in Iran without the threat of their losing the American market", the article said. If no consensus is reached by that date, Trump is expected to withdraw the USA from the deal.

Trump has said that he will allow for the reimposition of nuclear-related sanctions on Iran upon a mid-May waiver deadline unless Europe agrees to some form of renegotiation.

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In the past two months, the four nations have held two talks. "Israel is not a party to the talks directly but is updated on their contents".

Iran, the five permanent members of the UN Security Council - the U.S., UK, France, Russia, and China - Germany and the European Union struck the nuclear deal on July 14, 2015.

Trump hosted Netanyahu and his wife at the White House on Monday. Earlier this year, the President waived sanctions to give our lawmakers and our allies time to act.

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"The JCPOA addresses one of the principal threats that we deal with from Iran, so if the JCPOA goes away then we will have to have another way to deal with their nuclear weapons program", Votel said, according to Reuters.

While a wave of economic protests that momentarily threatened the government's grip have mostly subsided, Iranians are still struggling with massive youth unemployment and runaway inflation. Stories like this are made possible by readers like you.

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Europe could work to keep nuclear deal alive without US