Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is pressing ahead with intense tactful efforts to rescue Tehran’s nuclear deal with world powers at the center of a crisis explaining between Iran and the US.
Mohammad Javad Zarif chastised the international community, saying that so far, it has “mainly made statements, instead of saving the deal,” according to the official IRNA news agency. He spoke in China on Friday after travelling to Japan.
Donald Trump administration pulled America out of the deal last year and enforced escalating sanctions that have crippled Iran’s economy. Other signatories to deal the European Union, France, Britain, China and Russia have been trying to rescue it.
Iran currently warned it would continue enriching uranium at higher levels if a fresh nuclear deal isn’t reached by July 7.