On Monday, the United States President Donald Trump has discussed the standoff with French President Emmanuel Macron about Iran’s nuclear deal, said the White House. 

It continued that the two leaders has “discussed ongoing efforts to ensure that Iran does not obtain a nuclear weapon and to end Iran’s destabilizing behavior in the Middle East.”

Iran has unveiled a uranium enrichment cap by 2015 Nuclear Deal, which was abandoned by Trump’s Administration in 2018. 

Washington has imposed discipline sanctions on Iran, and tension between the two nations have risen further amid Iran’s shot down a US “spy” drone and tanker ship attacks, America has blamed the Islamic Republic. 

In July, Iran has also passed a 300-kilometers limit on enriched uranium reserves, claims it is violating deal, referred to agreement terms allowing one side to temporarily strand some commitments if it esteem the other side is not concerning its part of the accord.

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