Iran aide doesn't see 'any reason' for Trump-Rouhani talks

Iran aide doesn't see 'any reason' for Trump-Rouhani talks

Iran aide doesn't see 'any reason' for Trump-Rouhani talks

Johnson's comments come less than a week after the Trump administration on Tuesday reimposed a raft of sanctions on Iran that affect, among other things, the purchase or acquisition of U.S. dollars by the Iranian government, the country's auto industry and trade in gold or precious metals.

"The U.S. on Saturday urged Britain to pull out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and instead join the "[turn] up the pressure" on Iran.

Ravanchi told ISNA: "I do not see any reason for talks between Rouhani and Trump". "It is time to move on from the flawed 2015 deal", Johnson wrote in the UK's Sunday Telegraph, referring to the 2015 Obama-era pact agreed by the US, Iran, Britain, France, Germany, China and Russian Federation.

The premier said last Tuesday that Iraq - which relies on neighbouring Iran as a source of cheap imports - would reluctantly comply with United States sanctions against Tehran that took effect the same day. "But we have had discussions with Washington about how we can work together in other ways to curb activity by Iran in the Middle East which concern us".

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Johnson wrote in his article that British businesses should cut all trade ties with Iran and help the USA form a "united front".

He added, "America is turning up the pressure and we want the United Kingdom by our side".

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"America is turning up the pressure and we want the our side", Ambassador Woody Johnson, who owns the New York Jets with his brother, wrote in an op-ed published Sunday in the Telegraph.

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European companies face possible USA sanctions if they continue to trade with Iran.

A week ago Britain signed on to a joint statement with other EU countries that pledged to press on with a strategy to lessen the impact of the US sanctions on European businesses. This week hard-hitting economic sanctions were reimposed.

"We made it clear that we regard the nuclear deal as an important part of the region's security".

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