'If Europe won't fix Iran deal, United States will nix agreement'


President Donald Trump reportedly informed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the U.S. will not be flexible with European powers in negotiating changes to the stipulations and limitations around Iran's nuclear program.

Among the changes is the removal of the so-called sunset clause and the inclusion of a new clause banning ballistic missile testing.

In a commentary published by Reuters on Monday, it is said that if the USA withdraws from the 2015 nuclear deal, Europe could work with other worldwide powers to keep the agreement alive.

Trump stressed he wanted that "significant changes" were made to the Iran deal itself, and not simply a supplemental agreement between the United States and the European countries, according to the website.

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"Make no mistake about it, this is their last chance".

Iran, the five permanent members of the UN Security Council - the U.S., UK, France, Russia, and China - Germany and the European Union struck the nuclear deal on July 14, 2015. It lifts sanctions placed on Iran in exchange for Iran abandoning its nuclear weapon ambitions.

In his speech, Pence echoed Trump's description of the deal as "disastrous".

"If I have a message for you today, it is a very simple one: We must stop Iran, we will stop Iran", he said.

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On Sunday, Netanyahu said that the precedent set by Iran could end up "nuclearizing the Middle East" and prompting a unsafe arms race.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Sunday that additional countries in the Middle East want to enrich uranium because the nuclear deal with Iran allows Tehran to do so.

"I said that the nuclear agreement with Iran contains within it many dangers for the world, including the special danger of the nuclearisation of the West Asia", Netanyahu said, according to an statement.

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