Berlin, London and Paris say that the US reintroduction of sanctions against Iran has no “legal effect”.

Germany, France and the United Kingdom have warned that the United States’ announcement that Iran was reimposing sanctions once agreed by the UN Security Council but later withdrawn had no “legal effect” as Washington pulled out in 2018 back to the nuclear deal.

In a joint statement, the three European countries that took part in the nuclear deal with Tehran confirmed that 30 days had passed since Washington tried to reactivate the sanctions against Iran that were lifted in 2015 and that the country announced on Aug. May left. of 2018 the pact.

“As a result,” they underlined in their joint statement that the United States’ communication, which was forwarded to the members of the UN Security Council, “cannot have any legal implications”.

Berlin, London and Paris say that the US reintroduction of sanctions against Iran has no “legal effect”.
Berlin, London and Paris say that the US reintroduction of sanctions against Iran has no “legal effect”.

It follows that the three European countries have added that “any decision and action taken on the basis of this procedure or its possible outcome will not have any legal effect”.

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