Germany supports maintaining Iran nuclear deal - Merkel to Rouhani

Emmanuel Macron speaks after he receives the International Charlemagne Prize

Emmanuel Macron speaks after he receives the International Charlemagne Prize

Germany, France and Britain will "do everything" to ensure that Iran remains in the landmark 2015 nuclear deal, Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed on, a day after the U.S. pulled out of the accord.

Israel has said its strikes in Syria were in response to the attacks against the Golan Heights, which it blamed on Iran.

Expressing regret for President Donald Trump's decision to ditch the deal, Merkel acknowledged concerns over Iran's ballistic missile programme as well as its influence in Syria and Iraq.

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"The escalation in recent hours has shown us that it's really about war and peace", Chancellor Angela Merkel warned, during her address at the International Charlemagne Prize award ceremony in Aachen.

Germany, France and Britain are planning a foreign ministerial meeting with Iran to discuss how to respond to the recent developments in the Middle East.

"I can only advocate that everyone involved exercises restraint", she stressed.

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"Let's face it, Europe is still in its infancy with regard to the common foreign policy", she said.

"It is no longer such that the United States simply protects us, but Europe must take its destiny in its own hands, that's the task of the future", Merkel said during a speech in honor of Macron, according to The Hill.

France's President Emmanuel Macron yesterday pressed German Chancellor Angela Merkel to move decisively and quickly on reforming the European Union, saying the bloc's biggest economy must look past its "fetish" for surpluses and bring about change at a critical juncture. That is why Germany will do everything necessary in order to preserve it. "We made the choice to build peace in the Middle East", Macron said. "Other powers. haven't kept their word", Macron said, without naming a country directly.

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"We must succeed in building our own sovereignty, which in this region, will be the guarantor of stability", said the French President.

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