Israel 'ready to strike Iranian bases in Syria'

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Iranian Foreign Ministry on Monday blamed the "strategic mistakes" of the US policies for the crisis in the volatile Middle East.

He also denounced the recent airstrikes on Syria by the U.S., Britain and France as "contrary to all global norms". Under the agreement, nuclear-related sanctions put in place against Iran were lifted in exchange for curbs on Tehran's nuclear program.

U.S. President Donald Trump has vowed to withdraw from the 2015 agreement by May 12 unless U.S., British, French and German negotiators can agree to fix what he sees as its serious flaws. "This opened a new period".

However, in the past two months they came direct contact when Iran launched a drone, which Israel claims was carrying explosives, into its airspace.

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"I do not foresee any decision to be taken today on this", Federica Mogherini told reporters ahead of E.U.'s Foreign Affairs Council meeting in Luxembourg. "If the JCPOA were to fail, it would be a great loss for nuclear verification and for multilateralism", Amano added.

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said that new sanctions on Tehran was not foreseen to be a decision today.

Mogherini also emphasized that preserving the IAEA's credibility was "crucial" and said, "Work is ongoing and we believe it would be essential to stay united in this".

According to the reports, Zarif will discuss the latest regional developments in particular Syrian and Yemeni crisis as well as Iran's nuclear deal during the visit. And as I said this is not linked to the JCPOA.