U.S., Britain reach an agreement over Iran’s sanction  

According to Mikrofonnews Agency (MHA), U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May have reached an agreement over the impacts of U.S. sanctions on companies who have trade ties with Iran.

The agreement was reached following a telephone call between two on Friday. Following U.S. withdrawal from Iran’s nuclear deal, U.S. officials have warned European companies saying they have a maximum of six months to terminate their contracts with Tehran.

A spokesman for Theresa May says Britain’s Prime Minister has emphasized that London will stay committed in Iran’s nuclear deal to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapon. President Trump has also said the United States of America will impose the toughest sanctions on Iran expressing hope that his country reaches more fair deal with Iran.

Meanwhile, both have condemned Iran’s missile attacks on Israel, reaffirming on the need of confrontation with Iran’s destabilizing acts in the region.

 

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