Iran Says Scaling Back Nuclear Commitments A "Minimum" Measure

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday pulling out of some commitments under the nuclear deal was a "minimum" measure that Tehran could adopt a year after the United States withdrew from the accord and reimposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

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Iran Says Scaling Back Nuclear Commitments A 'Minimum' Measure

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Tehran will not negotiate with the US under pressure. (File)


LONDON: 

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday pulling out of some commitments under the nuclear deal was a "minimum" measure that Tehran could adopt a year after the United States withdrew from the accord and reimposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

In a speech broadcast on the state television, Rouhani said Iran will not negotiate with the United States under pressure.



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