French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian attends a session of questions to the Government at the French National Assembly in Paris on June 27, 2018. / AFP / GERARD JULIEN
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France said Friday it was unlikely European powers would be able to put together an economic package for Iran that would salvage its nuclear deal before November and warned Tehran to stop threatening to break its commitments to the accord."They must stop the threats so that we can find the solutions so that Iran can have the necessary economic compensations".He said the European powers but also Russia and China were working on coming up with a financial mechanism to mitigate planned tough U.S. sanctions.
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