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23 February 2020


Zarif: Europe sold Iran in exchange for auto-tax

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Britain, France, and Germany have sold the Iranian nuclear deal in exchange for US President Donald Trump's pledges not to impose a duty on European cars.

Axar.az reports that Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said this.

“The European trio has sold the nuclear deal in an attempt to avoid Trump's new duties. It won't happen, my friends. You provoke his hunger,” he said.

Date
2020.01.16 / 12:57
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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