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France Ready to Redouble Efforts to Save Nuclear Deal

France Ready to Redouble Efforts to Save Nuclear Deal France Ready to Redouble Efforts to Save Nuclear Deal

French President Emmanuel Macron said in a phone conversation with President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday that Paris is ready to maximize its efforts to preserve the 2015 nuclear deal, particularly by working to accommodate Iran's demand for an end to the American economic war.
"The end of JCPOA would be an admission of collective failure and a regrettable move, so … JCPOA needs to be preserved to help de-escalate tensions," he said, using the abbreviation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the formal name of the agreement, Iran's presidential website reported.  
The nuclear deal started to fray after the United States walked away from it last year and imposed several rounds of sanctions on Tehran. 

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