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Kremlin concerned by Iran's intention to reduce compliance with nuclear deal

Reuters Tuesday, 5 November 2019
The Kremlin said on Tuesday it was concerned by Iran's intention to further scale back its commitment to a 2015 nuclear deal, and that Moscow would like the deal to remain in place.
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