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Explainer: How does Iran nuclear deal's dispute mechanism work?

Explainer: How does Iran nuclear deal's dispute mechanism work?

France , Britain and Germany have formally triggered the dispute mechanism in Iran's nuclear deal with world powers, the strongest step they have taken so far to enforce the agreement that requires Iran to curb its nuclear programme. The European powers, all signatories to the nuclear deal , said on Tuesday they took the step to avoid a crisis over

Russia hopes triggering dispute resolution mechanism in Iran deal won’t complicate situation

Russia hopes triggering dispute resolution mechanism in Iran deal won’t complicate situation

Permanent representative of Russia to international organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov commented on Tuesday on the decision by the UK, Germany and France to launch a dispute resolution mechanism within the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iranian nuclear deal. “They stated that they did it ‘in good faith’ to preserve the deal and that

Iran dismisses European move to trigger nuclear deal dispute mechanism

Iran dismisses European move to trigger nuclear deal dispute mechanism

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran dismissed a decision by European states to trigger a dispute mechanism in its nuclear deal with world powers as a “passive” action but said it was ready to consider any constructive effort to save the accord. “The Islamic Republic of Iran, as in the past, has complete readiness to support any (act of) goodwill and constructive

Britain willing to work on alternative Iran nuclear deal - PM's spokesman

Britain willing to work on alternative Iran nuclear deal - PM's spokesman

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is willing to work toward an alternative deal to prevent Iran obtaining nuclear weapons if it has U.S. support, but for now the current deal is the only one in place, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman said on Tuesday. Earlier, France, Britain and Germany confirmed they had triggered the dispute mechanism in the Iran

How the Iran nuclear deal dispute mechanism works

How the Iran nuclear deal dispute mechanism works

(Reuters) - France, Britain and Germany formally triggered the dispute mechanism in Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers on Tuesday, the strongest step they have taken so far to enforce the agreement that requires Iran to curb its nuclear program. The European powers said they had taken the step to avoid a crisis over nuclear proliferation being added

Europeans trigger dispute mechanism in Iran nuclear deal

Europeans trigger dispute mechanism in Iran nuclear deal

PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - France, Britain and Germany formally triggered the dispute mechanism in Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers on Tuesday, the strongest step they have taken so far to enforce an agreement that requires Iran to curb its nuclear program. The European powers said they had taken the step to avoid a crisis over nuclear proliferation

France, Germany, UK pull diplomatic trigger on Iran deal dispute

France, Germany, UK pull diplomatic trigger on Iran deal dispute

The European signatories to a nuclear deal signed between Iran and world powers in 2015 have triggered a diplomatic "dispute mechanism", in their strongest response yet to Tehran's steps away from the unravelling pact. Following the US' decision to withdraw from the deal almost two years ago, Iran began dropping its commitments under the deal, formally

European Nations Trigger Dispute Mechanism Over Iran’s Nuclear Activity

European Nations Trigger Dispute Mechanism Over Iran’s Nuclear Activity

Britain, France and Germany say they’ve been “left with no choice, given Iran’s actions." LONDON (AP) — Britain, France and Germany say they are triggering a dispute mechanism that is part of the nuclear deal with Iran over its failure to live up to terms of the pact. The leaders of the three nations say in a statement Tuesday that they’ve been “left

European states trigger dispute mechanism in Iran nuclear deal

European states trigger dispute mechanism in Iran nuclear deal

Britain, France and Germany have triggered the dispute resolution mechanism in the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, a step that over months could result in the collapse of the agreement entirely and the return of European sanctions on Tehran. Officials described the move as one taken more in sorrow than anger and said it was in part prompted by fears that