France, Germany, Britain and European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, on November 11, urged Iran to abide by the 2015 nuclear agreement with the major powers or face action.
The action could be increased sanctions related to trade. Iran’s decision to resume uranium enrichment for it’s underground Fordow nuclear plant was called inconsistent with the accord by the three countries and Mogherini.
“We affirm our readiness to consider all mechanisms in the JCPOA, including the dispute resolution mechanism, to resolve the issues related to Iran’s implementation of its JCPOA commitments,” they said, referring to the deal by its official name.
Earlier this year on February 1, Britain, France and Germany had launched a trade procedure that allowed them to bypass US sanctions on Iran, resulting in appreciation from Tehran and a severe warning from Washington. The three countries were the key members of the 2015 pact, that restrained Tehran’s nuclear ambitions in return for a sanctions relief.
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