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May 25 2018, 03:09 | Irvin Gilbert

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UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said he was "deeply concerned" over Trump's decision, calling on all other nations to support the agreement and preserve the deal.

He also said Mr Trump's remarks threatened Iran's people and its theocratic government.

"We have not seen any drawdown or reduction in Iran's malicious activities and malign activity across the region", Mattis said.

US President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday he will pull out, describing it as "defective at its core".

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday that Tehran would quit the landmark 2015 nuclear deal unless European signatories offered solid guarantees that trade relations would continue even after the United States' withdrawal from the pact.

"There are areas beyond the (nuclear) accord that we must talk about", she said.

"Yesterday President Trump promised to "work with our allies to find a real, comprehensive and lasting solution to the Iranian nuclear threat".

In 2011 the IAEA had said it had found "credible" intelligence showing Iran's interest in acquiring nuclear weapons.

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"If the deal is destroyed then of course Iran would get a theoretical freedom of action, including the capability to develop nuclear weapons and to realize all programs tied with this main one. We will remain committed to this agreement and try to do everything so that Iran also fulfills its commitments in the future".

Bagheri went on to assert that the "young and unwise Saudi ruler" - a reference to Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman - had offered to pay for a USA war on Iran but that they had ultimately "dared not attack us".

Johnson told MPs the United Kingdom would "strive to preserve the gains" made by the worldwide agreement, BBC reported. Riyadh's statement, which came less than an hour after Mr Trump's decision, said it "supports and welcomes" the U.S. decision. Defying America's renewed sanctions on Iran may cost quite a lot, though, and some countries may shy away.

Geng said China would "carry on the normal and transparent pragmatic cooperation with Iran on the basis of not violating our worldwide obligation".

Ignoring pleas by allies, Trump on Tuesday pulled out of an global deal with Iran that was agreed in 2015, a move that raises the risk of conflict in the Middle East and casts uncertainty over oil supplies in an already tight market.

French President Emmanuel Macron was due to speak later in the day to his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani, Le Drian said. "We will have discussions at the European level".

The president added: "If they do, there will be very severe effect".



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