Russia, Germany Speak About Preserving Iranian Nuclear Deal

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"We are talking about veiled protectionism, we are talking about steps that of course absolutely contradict the norms and aims of the World Trade Organization", presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

On May 8, U.S. President Donald Trump announced withdrawal of his country from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Actions on Iran nuclear deal. US President Donald Trump has demanded that signatories fix "the bad flaws" in the accord before May 12, when the sanctions exemptions are due to expire.

Trump said, referring to information obtained by Israeli intelligence service "Mossad" and presented Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that conclusively proven the fact of the deception by the Iran of the worldwide community and Iran's quest to possess nuclear weapons.

Meanwhile, the Iranian government responded positively on May 7.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani in Tehran, Iran November 1, 2017. What Iran wants is in our interests to be guaranteed by its non-American signatories...

The landmark nuclear pact was signed in 2015 by Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (Britain, China, France, Russia, and the United States) plus the European Union (EU) and Germany.

Russian Federation will not abandon the JCPOA and is open to talks with other participants of the Iran nuclear deal, it added.