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Rouhani Spurns UK PM’s Call For ‘Trump Deal’ With Iran

Eurasia Review Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani dismissed the comments by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that a “Trump deal” should replace the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, saying the US president is only accustomed to violation of law and breaching contracts.

Speaking at a weekly cabinet session on Wednesday, Rouhani advised the...
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News video: Iran says no to 'Trump deal' to solve nuclear row

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Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has called the idea of a "Trump deal" to replace the 2015 nuclear pact a "strange offer," and advocated sticking to the current one. The suggestion was from Britain's Boris Johnson. Lucy Fielder reports.

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