According to Boris Johnson (Uk) the nuclear agreement with Iran must move on

According to Boris Johnson (Uk) the nuclear agreement with Iran must move on

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For the former mayor of London, currently head of the United Kingdom diplomacy, much of the world's security depends on the continuation of the work on the agreement. "The deal - said Johnson - is good for the world, Iran and Europe"

United Kingdom Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth, Boris Johnson, in Luxembourg for the Council for Foreign Affairs of the EU, said that any possible effort will continue to preserve the Iranian nuclear agreement. "We are working as Europeans," he said, "to maintain the Iranian nuclear agreement," which is "very important to our collective security. It is good for the world, for Iran and for Europe", observed Johnson. On the agenda of the Council also the North Korea situation. "The EU - he said - has a role not only in helping the Chinese increase pressure on North Korea, but also through specific actions that EU is undertaking."