Germany sees no evidence Iran could retreat from nuclear deal

By REUTERS
January 4, 2016 13:33

 
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There is no evidence that Iran is planning to depart from a deal reached with world powers last year to scale back its nuclear program, a spokesman for the German foreign ministry said on Monday.

"I very much expect that there is no interest among the decisive actors in Iran - the Iranian government, the Iranian president, and elsewhere - in diverging from the agreements made in Vienna last summer," spokesman Martin Schaefer told a news conference.

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