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Moscow says Iran nuclear deal must remain 'priority' for all sides

Moscow says Iran nuclear deal must remain 'priority' for all sides
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Moscow on Monday urged parties in the Iran nuclear deal to treat it as a "priority", calling on European partners to fulfill their obligations to ensure Iran stays committed to the agreement.

"Keeping the broad agreements and ensuring their sustained implementation must remain a priority task for all partners," the Russian foreign ministry said in a statement, following Tehran's decision to reduce its commitments to the 2015 deal.

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