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Today updated 20:00 2018/05/11 美国退伊核协定,国际力量加持伊朗
   2018-05-11 17:51:50   CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: 王潇


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This week's announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump to unilaterally withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal leaves another wave of uncertainties in the Middle East.

In the wake of the US decision to quit the deal formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the US Treasury Department has also imposed new sanctions against nine Iranian individuals and entities.Iran says it will work with other parties to try to keep the deal alive while at the same time says it has no intention of renegotiating the deal.European leaders have also reaffirmed their commitment.The Chinese government says it plans to keep in contact with all-involved to try to uphold and continue implementing the JCPOA.

For more on this, CRI's Suyi earlier spoke with Dr. Cui Hongjian, Head of the European Studies Department with the China Institute of International Studies;Ambassador Hua Liming, Former Chinese Ambassador to Iran, the UAE and the Netherlands and senior research fellow of the China Institute of International Studies and also Prof Saad Jawad, Senior Fellow with the Middle East Centre at London School of Economics

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