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EU Leaders to Discuss Iran Economic Options Today
EU Leaders to Discuss Iran Economic Options Today
Wednesday, May 16, 2018

EU Leaders to Discuss Iran Economic Options Today

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

EU Leaders to Discuss Iran Economic Options Today

European Union leaders will discuss on Wednesday shielding European companies doing business with Iran from US sanctions, a senior official said as the bloc is in damage control mode following Washington’s withdrawal from a nuclear deal with Tehran.
The senior EU official said the heads of bloc’s executive European Commission and the foreign service, Jean-Claude Juncker and Federica Mogherini, will brief all 28 EU leaders on options available when they meet over dinner in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, on Wednesday, Reuters reported.

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