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Putin Says Russia’s Position on JCPOA Unchanged

Putin Says Russia’s Position on JCPOA UnchangedPutin Says Russia’s Position on JCPOA Unchanged

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) related to Iran’s nuclear program was reviewed at the summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump in Helsinki on Monday.
The New York Times reported that the two leaders seemed to agree to disagree on Russia’s annexation of Crimea and on the Iran nuclear deal, adding that Putin made a point of noting that the two leaders still disagree strongly on the Iran nuclear deal.
“During the talks we said straight that we are worried by the US withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on settlement of the Iranian nuclear issue. It stays unchanged. I would like to stress that thanks to the nuclear deal, Iran has become a country that is most frequently checked by IAEA worldwide,” said Putin.
 

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