France, Britain and Germany Condemn Steps Taken by Iran after IAEA Decision

France, Britain and Germany Condemn Steps Taken by Iran after IAEA Decision
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France, Britain and Germany on Thursday night condemned Iran's steps to remove all International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) monitoring equipment installed under a 2015 nuclear deal, saying the move cast doubt on Tehran's desire to restore the deal.

"These actions only exacerbate the situation, complicate our efforts to return to full implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the nuclear deal), and cast further doubt on Iran's commitment to the success of efforts to restore the agreement," the three countries said in a statement.

Earlier, IAEA condemned Iran's decision to "close 27 cameras" to monitor its nuclear activities, warning of a "fatal blow" to talks on this file if the disruption continues.

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