- Iranian leader says his country would respond ‘resolutely’ if US reneged on deal
- US secretary of state confirms Trump has decided whether to walk away
A rift between the Trump administration and Europe, over whether to stick to a nuclear agreement with Iran, deepened considerably on Wednesday after a meeting on the deal’s implementation at the United Nations in New York.
The US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, emerged from the meeting conceding that Iran was abiding by the letter of the 2015 deal, but he still insisted Tehran was not fulfilling the “expectations” of the agreement. He confirmed that Donald Trump had made a decision on whether to continue to stick with the deal or walk away next month.
Link : Tillerson says Iran is not meeting ‘expectations’ of nuclear deal