Germany to work to maintain global unity if US de-certifies Iran deal

By REUTERS
October 13, 2017 13:35
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BERLIN - The German government on Friday vowed to work for continued global unity if US President Donald Trump announces that he will not certify Iran's compliance with a 2015 nuclear accord negotiated by world powers, as expected.



"We have a great interest in the continuation of this international unity. If ... an important country like the United States comes to a different conclusion as appears to be the case, we will work even harder with other partners to maintain this cohesion," government spokesman Steffen Seibert told reporters.


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