The Iran nuclear deal should be preserved despite the US decision to withdraw from it, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday.
"The Russian side underscored its commitment to preserving the agreement", the statement said, emphasizing that Russia holds "interests of ensuring bilateral cooperation" with Iran.
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The Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation did not support the decision of the President of the United States.
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Moscow and Tehran will continue to cooperate on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran's nuclear program after the United States pulled out of the deal, Russia's foreign ministry said Thursday.
Additionally on Thursday, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also strongly urged the countries that oversaw the accord to "develop steps that would preserve this document that is important for regional stability".
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He added that Russia had warned Israel to avoid "all actions that could be seen as provocative" the day before the strikes, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.