The German Federal Foreign Office on Wednesday reiterated the commitment of the European Troika to maintain the nuclear deal with Iran.

Iran Press/Europe: The German Federal Foreign Office said in a statement on its official website that the three European countries of France, Germany, and the United Kingdom (Troika), work closely together to maintain Iran's nuclear deal. These countries are European members of the Comprehensive Joint Plan of Action (JCPOA) and are committed to the implementation of this agreement.

The statement added that German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is scheduled to discuss bilateral and international issues with his British counterpart during his visit to the United Kingdom.

One of the important issues discussed in this trip is the Middle East peace process.

Britain and Germany have repeatedly stated their opposition to the Zionist regime's plan to annex the West Bank and they defend the two-state solution in Palestine.


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