Rouhani: Members of nuclear deal should compensate United States withdrawal from JCPOA

Turkey US decision on Iran deal to cause instability

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed in phone talks on Thursday the prospects of the Iran nuclear deal in light of the United States withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), a source in Erdogan's administration told Sputnik.

"The United States has not remained faithful to the agreement it had reached", Erdoğan said, Anadolu Agency quoted him as telling CNN International.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a telephone conversation with his Turkish counterpart said all should resist against U.S. unilateralism and they should understand that they can not simply walk out from worldwide accords as they will be very costly for them, IRNA reported.

"We believe in this: The stronger Iran gets in this region, the stronger Turkey becomes as well, and the stronger Turkey becomes, the stronger Iran gets as well", the minister added.

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Moreover, the Kremlin said in a statement on Friday that "they emphasized the importance in principle of the JCPOA for worldwide and regional security, as well as for global nonproliferation".

Donald Trump pulled America out of the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday, reimposing sanctions on the regime and delivering on an election campaign promise.

Erdoğan also called for development of economic relations, banking cooperation, the use of national currencies in business relations and the expansion of preferential trade between Iran and Turkey following the US' withdrawal from the JCPOA, adding "we should make every effort to protect the economies of our countries from intervention of others".

He described the JCPOA as a seven-party agreement approved by the United Nations, adding "unfortunately, the USA government unilaterally withdrew from this global agreement, and we expect all world leaders to condemn this move".

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