Iran nuclear deal parties try to defuse tensions – HEDGE accordingly

The remaining parties to the faltering 2015 Iran nuclear accord met Wednesday after Tehran announced plans for a new breach of the deal, and as uncertainty reigns ahead of US President-elect Joe Biden’s January inauguration. The meeting of the so-called “joint commission” included China, France, Russia, Iran, Germany and Britain and was chaired by senior EU foreign affairs official Helga Schmid. The meeting, which lasted around two hours, was held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic. The 2015 deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), has unravelled steadily since…

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