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Europe rejects Iran’s 60-day ultimatum on nuclear deal

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Europe rejects Iran’s 60-day ultimatum on nuclear deal

Europe rejects Iran’s 60-day ultimatum on nuclear deal

Iran has chided the EU signatories for not being independent enough from US policies and preserving the 2015 nuclear agreement.

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