Foreign ministers of the Asia–Europe Meeting (ASEM) have backed the multinational deal on the Iranian nuclear program, calling on all the relevant parties to honor their obligations under the international document.
More than 90 top American experts in atomic sciences, including a designer of the hydrogen bomb, publicly threw their weight behind the Iran nuclear agreement on Monday, exhorting Congress to preserve the accord in the face of President Trump’s disavowal of it.
Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano said on Monday Iran is fulfilling its commitments under the nuclear deal with world powers and UN inspectors are facing no problems in their verification efforts.
Australia’s Labor has backed Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s urgings to the Donald Trump administration not to abandon the Iran nuclear deal as both sides of Australian politics agree it could imperil negotiations with North Korea.
Australia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop criticized US President Donald Trump’s Iran strategy, saying Trump’s threat to scrap the Iran nuclear deal could imperil negotiations with North Korea.