France's Macron says no alternative to Iran nuclear deal

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August 29, 2017 13:09
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PARIS - French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday said there was no alternative to the 2015 deal struck between Iran and a group of world powers aimed at curbing the country's nuclear program.

In a message aimed at US President Donald Trump, who has ordered a review of the lifting of sanctions after the agreement and called it "the worst deal ever negotiated," Macron told French ambassadors that the agreement was good.

"There is no alternative to the regime on nuclear non-proliferation," he said. "In the context of what we are living through, the 2015 agreement is what allows us establish a constructive and demanding dialog with Iran."

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