Moscow will see through joint projects with Tehran despite mounting pressure from Washington, the Russian Foreign Ministry has said, urging European countries to maintain ties with Iran and abide by the nuclear deal. The recent decision of Tehran to suspend some of its obligations under the landmark agreement - officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) - is "understandable," given the US' hostile actions against the country, the ministry said in a statement on Thursday. The move is perfectly legal, as the agreement allows the country walk away from some of its obligations if other signees do not stick to the deal. At the same time Moscow, warned Tehran against making further steps towards scrapping the deal altogether, while urging "other participating countries" - basically, European ones - to fulfill their obligations. On Wednesday, Iran reduced its obligations under the deal and vowed to take further steps on uranium enrichment in 60 days if the EU does...
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