Written by Keshala Dias
25 Apr, 2018 | 8:35 pm
US President Donald Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron have suggested there could be a new agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme.
Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron were speaking in Washington on day two of the French leader’s state visit to the United States. The French president had said the deal should cover Iran’s ballistic missiles activity and involvement in the Middle East, including Syria, as well as nuclear issues.
Trump has been threatening to reject an extension of the Obama-era nuclear pact reached between Tehran and world powers. The pact is set to expire on the 12th of May. Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to visit the US to make a last-minute bid to prevent Trump from potentially torpedoing the agreement.
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