Trump wants worldwide inspectors to have greater and faster access to potential nuclear sites in Iran, including those suspected to be housed in its military facilities; an end to its ballistic missile work, which it says is inextricably tied to the delivery of nuclear warheads; a permanent extension of limits on Iran's enrichment of fissile material, which now sunsets within a decade; and a comprehensive policy addressing Tehran's military posture across the Middle East.
If the nuclear agreement with Iran did not deter it from spreading terrorism and chaos and from entering Arab lands and supplying militias with weapons and ballistic missiles and if Iran does not trust Europe, then what is the point of this deal? As President of the Republic, we are ready for all options.
Germany's minister for economic affairs, Peter Altmaier, said on Sunday that Berlin will try to "persuade the US government to change its behavior".
Bolton, asked whether the United States might impose sanctions on European companies that continue to do business with Iran, told CNN: "It's possible".
"We will have to consider the negative effects of any primary or secondary sanctions re-introduced by the United States on any European firms" now operating in Iran, said O'Sullivan.
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"That's what we are going to do and I will be hard at it with the Europeans in the next several days", said the top U.S. diplomat.
So far, China, France, Russia, Britain, Germany and Iran remain in the accord, which placed controls on Iran's nuclear programme and led to a relaxation of economic sanctions against Iran and companies doing business there.
France's foreign minister had said on Friday he had asked for exemptions or longer grace periods for the exit of French companies such as oil-and-gas giant Total SA and auto maker Peugeot SA that have returned to the Iranian market since the 2015 nuclear accord.
That is part of a flurry of diplomatic activity following Trump's unilateral withdrawal from what he called "a awful, one-sided deal", a move accompanied by the threat of penalties against any foreign firms doing business in Iran.
"The Prime Minister raised the potential impact of U.S. sanctions on those firms which are now conducting business in Iran".
The consulting company believes that admittedly, the prospect of secondary sanctions may deter other countries from importing Iranian crude. The head of the Liberal faction in the European Parliament, Guy Verhofstadt, said that the new American leader was one of three - along with radical Islam and the Russian president Putin - threats that undermine the EU.
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You have to choose one, I was this one. 100 points - 50 points at home and 50 points away. "100 points is a massive achievement ". United was already assured of second place before its 1-0 win over Watford , in Michael Carrick's final game for the club.
In response to Trump's assertions, O'Sullivan countered one of the key "myths" about the deal.
Germany plans to offer legal advice to help its firms continue to do business in Iran, Economy Minister Peter Altmaier also said on Friday.
Speaking on "Fox News Sunday", Pompeo said the United States was not aiming at Europe when it withdrew from the deal.
"We do not see a credible, peaceful alternative to the JCPOA", O'Sullivan said.
Mr le Drian described the preservation of the JCPOA as "the only way to fight against the risk of proliferation".
As for the EU's relationship with the United States, "it's true to say that we're going through a slightly turbulent period in the transatlantic relationship", said O'Sullivan.
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