Iran has not asked for Russian help in case U.S. resumes sanctions

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April 27, 2018 15:16
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MOSCOW - Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday that Iran has not sought Moscow's help in case the United States decides to re-impose economic sanctions on Tehran.

US President Donald Trump has said that unless European allies fix the "terrible flaws" in the Iran nuclear deal by May 12, he will refuse to extend US sanctions relief for oil-producing Iran.

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