Britain, France and Germany agree support for Iran nuclear deal

Britain, France and Germany agree support for Iran nuclear deal
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Britain, France and Germany have agreed that the Iran nuclear deal is the best way of stopping Tehran from gaining nuclear weapons.

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s office said in a statement today in a telephonic call with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, they agreed  the deal may need to be broadened to cover other areas such as ballistic missiles, what happens when the deal expires, and Iran’s destabilizing regional activity.

Meanwhile, Germany, France and Britain have urged the United States to steer clear of imposing unilateral trade measures against the European Union .

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May in a joint phone call today agreed that the European Union should defend its 28 member states from any punitive U.S. tariffs based on international multilateral rules.

They agreed that the United States should take no trade measures against the European Union or else the European Union should be ready to defend its interests within the framework of the multilateral trade order.

(Reuters)

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