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EU's Michel urges Iran's Rouhani to comply with nuclear deal

Reuters Thursday, 9 January 2020
European Council President Charles Michel said on Thursday he had spoken to Iran's President Hassan Rouhani and urged Tehran to comply with the 2015 arms control agreement that prevents it developing nuclear weapons.
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