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Iran meets the UN's nuclear watchdog and claims the EU has failed the country

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Iran meets the UN's nuclear watchdog and claims the EU has failed the country

Iran meets the UN's nuclear watchdog and claims the EU has failed the country

After a meeting with the International Atomic Energy Agency Iran claims the EU has failed to act on assurances made after the US pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal


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