Nuclear deal exit amplifies Iranians' frustrations with life at home

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"We hope that with this visit to China and other countries we will be able to construct a clear future design for the comprehensive agreement", Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters after talks in Beijing with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.

EU leaders aim to show a united front on preserving the Iran deal when they meet for a pre-summit dinner in Sofia on Wednesday, European Council President Donald Tusk said.

The leaders of the three leading European nations had all sought to convince Mr Trump to stick to the agreement struck under the Obama administration, saying that it was the best way of preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

Federica Mogherini said the ministers shared a willingness to "arrive at practical solutions" for keeping the 2015 deal going despite the decision of U.S. President Donald Trump to abandon the agreement.

Major European powers are seeking to keep Iran in a landmark global nuclear agreement even after President Donald Trump pulled the USA out of the pact and promised tough economic sanctions against the Islamic Republic. "The US has systematically forced Iran to turn more towards Russian Federation and China".

But European diplomats have sought to play down expectations of Tuesday's meetings, stressing the enormous challenge of finding a way around U.S. sanctions punishing foreign businesses trading with Iran, which have global reach.

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If the nuclear deal is preserved, the interests of the people of Iran must be guaranteed, " said the Iranian foreign Minister.

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Tuesday the Middle East was explosive and could be on the cusp of war.

"We started our work to get assurances from Europe".

Otherwise, Tehran will have to take "forced decisions", a top Iranian diplomat said.

Speculators are betting heavily that the sanctions will lead to supply disruptions that will make crude oil an attractive enough asset to drive prices to $80 -$100 per barrel later this year.

Bolton said Europe was still digesting the May 8 move by Trump.

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His moderate government is under pressure from hardliners to show toughness in reacting to the USA withdrawal from the deal.

Mogherini said European Union experts were aiming to come up with concrete proposals in the coming weeks on nine key issues including ensuring Iran could sell its oil and gas products and have access to worldwide finance.

Putin has already spoken with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about efforts to save the accord, after voicing his "deep concern" over Trump's decision.

He said the sanctions would target industries mentioned in the deal, including Iran's oil sector, aircraft manufacturers exporting to Iran and Iranian government attempts to buy United States dollar banknotes.

Iranian military spending "increased alongside overall government spending -- not in a silo on its own", the newspaper goes on to say, adding that "the nuclear accord has contributed to the overall increase in spending - including the increase in military spending - since it lifted sanctions and allowed for a rise in oil production and exports".

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