Putin called a mistake the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran


Types of Tigerente: Sergey Mamontov / RIA Novosti

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the US withdrawal from the Joint comprehensive plan of action on Iran. His position was expressed during a telephone conversation with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, told the RIA Novosti news Agency a source in the administration of the Turkish leader.

“Today, our President Tayyip Erdogan held a telephone conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. They discussed the U.S. decision to exit nuclear agreement with Iran. The two leaders, pointing out the fallacy of this decision, drew attention to the fact that the joint plan of action is a diplomatic success, which must be preserved”, — said the Agency interlocutor.

On may 8 the President of the United States Donald trump announced the country’s withdrawal from the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program — a deal that imposes restrictions on the activity of Tehran in the nuclear field in exchange for the lifting of sanctions by the UN security Council and restrictive measures previously imposed by the US and the EU.

The President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, in turn, said that Tehran will not abandon the Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD) and will continue to comply with their obligations.

The Russian foreign Ministry has pointed out that “the United States once again act contrary to the opinion of the majority of the States and solely in their own selfish and temporal interests” flagrant violation of the norms of international law. “Announced on 8 may decision is a reaffirmation of the contractual engagements of Washington. Claims to completely legitimate nuclear activities of Iran are just a front for information political scores with him,” — said in a statement.

Tehran and the six mediator countries (Russia, USA, UK, China, France, Germany) have agreed on the terms of Iran’s nuclear program in the summer of 2015.

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