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Europe Proposals Expected to Help Save Int’l Nuclear Agreement

Rouhani says his government will continue consultations with European powers over major regional issues including the situation in Syria and Yemen, the two war-ravaged Arab countries
Europe Proposals Expected to Help Save Int’l Nuclear Agreement Europe Proposals Expected to Help Save Int’l Nuclear Agreement

President Hassan Rouhani said he expects European nations to present  a package of measures aimed at salvaging the 2015 nuclear deal that has been imperiled by the US decision to withdraw.
“European nations are to present in the coming days their package of proposals to help preserve the nuclear deal,” Rouhani told reporters at Tehran's Mehrabad airport before leaving for Switzerland, his official website reported. 
Rouhani said his government will continue consultations with European powers over regional issues including the situation in Syria and Yemen, the two war-ravaged Arab countries.
"We have held talks with Europe about the role Iran can play regarding stability and security in the sensitive Middle East region. We will continue the negotiations," he said. 
The president's trip to Europe comes amid continued uncertainty over the future of the 2015 nuclear agreement between Tehran and six world powers.

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