The British foreign minister went to the United States to advise Trump not to destroy the Iranian nuclear agreement.

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 The British foreign minister went to the United States to advise Trump not to destroy the Iranian nuclear agreement.


The British Foreign Secretary Boris will meet with Vice President Burns, national security adviser John Bolton and foreign policy representatives, the report said. Before going to the United States, Boris said that Britain and the United States were in line on many global foreign policy issues, and cited the time of the Syria chemical weapons attack and the poisoning of former Russian spies as evidence. Boris also said Britain, the United States and European partners will unite to tackle and resolve Irans insecurity in the Middle East, including network activities in Iran, support like Hizbullah, and Irans dangerous missile program. In addition, President Trump on Saturday (5) has spoken with British Prime Minister Teresa, and two people have exchanged views on the Iran nuclear agreement. The White House said Trump emphasized his commitment on the phone with Teresa to ensure that Iran will never acquire nuclear weapons. According to previous reports, Trump will decide before May 12th whether to withdraw from the Obama administrations nuclear agreement signed with Iran in 2015. In the 2015 agreement, Iran agreed to curb the development of its nuclear program in exchange for relaxation on sanctions. But White House officials said in early May 2nd that Trump had decided to withdraw the agreement. In response, Iran foreign minister Zarif said in May 3rd that Iran would not succumb to the threat of the United States and renegotiate the Iran nuclear agreement. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com Author: Zhu Mengying editor in charge: Su Hong _NBJ9980 Boris also said Britain, the United States and European partners will unite to tackle and resolve Irans insecurity in the Middle East, including network activities in Iran, support like Hizbullah, and Irans dangerous missile program. In addition, President Trump on Saturday (5) has spoken with British Prime Minister Teresa, and two people have exchanged views on the Iran nuclear agreement. The White House said Trump emphasized his commitment on the phone with Teresa to ensure that Iran will never acquire nuclear weapons. According to previous reports, Trump will decide before May 12th whether to withdraw from the Obama administrations nuclear agreement signed with Iran in 2015. In the 2015 agreement, Iran agreed to curb the development of its nuclear program in exchange for relaxation on sanctions. But White House officials said in early May 2nd that Trump had decided to withdraw the agreement. In response, Iran foreign minister Zarif said in May 3rd that Iran would not succumb to the threat of the United States and renegotiate the Iran nuclear agreement.