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Iran is ready to fulfill its obligations under the nuclear deal, said Iran's First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri.

According to him, Iran is ready to cooperate with all countries of the world, to clearly implement its agreements on the deal, RIA Novosti reported.

Unfortunately, the American side is pursuing a policy of creating instability in the region, he noted adding that the unilateral policy of America, and the use of sanctions by America is a huge problem for our region.

US authorities added Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on their sanctions list. A senior US administration official said that Washington no longer considers Zarif a priority contact - he was such during the discussion of the nuclear deal from which the US withdrew. Zarif, in turn, noted that the US imposed sanctions against him because they considered him a threat to the US agenda.

Iran announced on May 8 that it had ceased to implement a number of Iranian deal clauses. Subsequently, the Iranian authorities announced the second stage of reducing the obligations of the nuclear deal due to the fact that the member states of the deal were unable to fulfill Tehran’s requirements within 60 days. Iran has already increased the level of uranium enrichment to 4.5%.

They are preparing for the third stage of the reduction of their obligations.

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