France, Britain and Germany say Iran’s stance on IAEA probe jeopardises nuclear talks By Reuters

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PARIS (Reuters) – France, Britain and Germany on Saturday vented their frustration at Iran’s demand in talks to revive its 2015 nuclear deal that the U.N. nuclear watchdog shut a probe into uranium particles discovered at three websites, including that it was jeopardising the talks.

“This newest demand raises severe doubts as to Iran’s intentions and dedication to a profitable consequence on the JCPoA,” the three international locations mentioned in an announcement, referring to the deal’s full identify, the Joint Complete Plan of Motion.

“Iran’s place contradicts its legally binding obligations and jeopardises prospects of restoring the JCPoA.”

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