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Germany's Maas says Iran nuclear deal still makes sense

Reuters Friday, 10 January 2020 ()
Germany's foreign minister said he believed the Iran nuclear deal was still relevant and European ministers would reaffirm their commitment to the accord despite Tehran vowing to scrap uranium enrichment limits enshrined in the pact.
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