EU reaffirm commitment to JCPOA

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TEHRAN, Oct. 20 (MNA) – Despite the US opposition, EU leaders reaffirm their commitment to Iran's Nuclear Deal.

European Union leaders have reaffirmed their commitment to a landmark deal to limit Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief, despite opposition from US President Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, The 28-member bloc gave a nod to concerns Trump has raised, however, by stepping up criticism of Tehran's ballistic-missile program and its role in what the West sees as fomenting instability in the Middle East.

While the US and some of his regional allies support for the terrorist groups in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan including ISIL, this country accuses Iran of supporting terrorist groups in the region.

Iran alongside with Russia have supported the Syrian legitimate government against the US backed terrorist groups in Syria and has helped the Iraqi government to fight against ISIL.

The US uses the Islamic State insurgency as a tool in Afghanistan, aimed at destabilizing the whole region, the former Afghan president told RT yesterday, urging the international community to convince the US that it needs to actually fight terrorism.

In several cases Russian forces in Syria have realesed documents showing close cooperation between ISIL terrorists and the US forces in Syria.

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