Members of the European Parliament have discussed the nuclear deal with Iran. This, after US President Donald Trump warned America would pull out of the agreement in a few months unless "terrible flaws" in the accord are fixed.
Britain, France, Germany and the EU have issued a joint statement warning Iran to stick to its commitments under the 2015 deal on its nuclear program. Tehran's recent actions and activities were "deeply concerning."
The EU has "failed to act on their promises" within the 2015 nuclear deal, said Iran's atomic energy chief. Germany's foreign minister has warned against escalation of the dispute, saying "everyone must act responsibly."
The US president has said he accepts Israeli President Netanyahu's denials regarding spying on the White House. Media reports claimed surveillance devices were discovered and that they were most likely linked to Israel.
North Korea's ongoing weapons program has shown why an imperfect nuclear deal is better than no deal at all. By applying "maximum pressure," the US has isolated Tehran and failed to stop Pyongyang.
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