Iran’s Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, said on Wednesday that an existing nuclear deal the region struck with environment powers was not lifeless
He reported he was doubtful if any new pact agreed by U.S. President Donald Trump would previous.
“The United States did not implement (the present deal’s) …commitments, now it has withdrawn.
“I had a U.S. deal and the U.S. broke it.
“If I have a Trump deal, how long will it last?’’ Mohammad Javad Zarif claimed at a protection meeting in New Delhi.
Zarif added that Iran is interested in diplomacy, but not in negotiating with the U.S, including the existing pact was between the “best deals” he could envisage, NAN reviews.
Zarif spoke a day after Britain, France and Germany formally accused Iran of violating the terms of that arrangement.
The leaders of Britain, France and Germany had previously despatched a information to Iran, calling on it to return to comprehensive compliance with a 2015 nuclear deal with world powers and refrain from additional violence.
Tensions concerning the two international locations have risen pursuing the U.S. killing of Iranian military commander Gen. Qassem Soleimani and a retaliatory missile assault by Iran on U.S. forces in Iraq.