German Chancellor Angela Merkel will travel to Moscow for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on January 11, the Russian presidential news agency said on Jan. The two plan to discuss the situation in the United States and the Middle East during this period.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will make a working visit to Russia at the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, during which she plans to discuss realistic international issues with Putin in Moscow, including the situations in Syria and Libya, and the escalation of tensions in the Middle East caused by U.S. airstrikes at the airport in Baghdad, Russian satellite network reported.
Another CNN report said German Foreign Minister Mas 6 issued a warning that the U.S. killed Iranian high-ranking Iranian official Suleimani or led to the \"first step toward the end of the Iran nuclear deal\"
Mr mas said european leaders spoke to u. s. secretary of state pompeo over the weekend to discuss the situation. Mr. Mass said Mr. Pompeo was \"not very happy that [the European leaders] did not agree 100 percent with the U.S. position.\"
At the same time, Josep Borrell, the EU's foreign affairs chief, reiterated the EU's call for \"full implementation\" of the Iran nuclear deal, saying in a tweet released on the 6th that he regretted Iran's decision to abandon restrictions on uranium enrichment.
According to previous reports, the Iranian government on Friday announced that the fifth phase of the suspension of the implementation of the Iran nuclear agreement, the final phase, abandoned the last key limit in the Iran nuclear agreement, that is,\" the limit on the number of centrifuges.\" This means that Iran's nuclear program will no longer be subject to any practical restrictions. Previously, as a counter-reaction to the unilateral withdrawal of the United States from the Iran nuclear agreement, Iran has suspended the implementation of some of the terms of the Iran nuclear agreement in four stages.
However, the Iranian government also said in its statement on Friday that it would continue to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency. If sanctions are lifted and Iran's economic interests safeguarded, Iran will be ready to meet its commitments under the Iran nuclear deal again.
In July 2015, Iran and the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany reached a joint comprehensive plan of action on the Iranian nuclear issue. In May 2018, the United States announced its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and the resumption of sanctions against Iran. The move was widely condemned by the international community and drew strong resentment from US European allies.