Negotiates over the future of Iran’s nuclear starts in Brussels

According to Mikrofonnews agency (MHA), negotiates over the future of Iran’s nuclear deal has been started between European Foreign Ministers of 5+1 and Iran in Brussels on Thursday.

Ahead of a possible announcement by the U.S. about the future of the nuclear deal on Friday, foreign ministers of France, Germany, Britain, Iran and head of foreign policies of the European Union, are discussing the future of the nuclear deal.

A day before the meeting, Iran’s Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif met with the head of foreign policies of the European Union and foreign minister of France separately. He then went to Moscow for talks with Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s Foreign Minister.

On Friday, President Donald Tramp is expected to announce his decision whether or not stay in deal, while the European side of the agreement, along with China and Russia, emphasize its preservation and consider America’s withdrawal  from the nuclear deal harmful.

Meanwhile Britain, France, Germany and the European Union made a joint call to the United States to protect the Iran nuclear pact, saying Tehran had a right to benefit from the lifting of sanctions tied to it, according to Reuters.