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MPs: Europe Unlikely to Meet Deadline for Nuclear Deal Compliance

MPs: Europe Unlikely to Meet Deadline for Nuclear Deal ComplianceMPs: Europe Unlikely to Meet Deadline for Nuclear Deal Compliance

It is unlikely of Europe to meet a deadline set by Iran to provide alternative ways of trading and shielding themselves from sweeping sanctions threatened by the US after it unilaterally quit a 2015 nuclear deal, lawmakers said. 
No "considerable" measure has been taken by the Europeans to help salvage the agreement despite the fact that only a month is left until the deadline, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, a member of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, told ICANA in a recent interview. 
In May, Iran stopped complying with some of its nuclear-related commitments and said after 60 days it would resume its uranium enrichment beyond the low fissile purity allowed under the nuclear accord, unless other powers stick to their commitments stipulated in the agreement. 

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