Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May, right, and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pose for photographers on the occasion of their meeting at 10 Downing Street, in London, Wednesday, June 6, 2018. (Toby Melville/Pool Photo via AP)
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Britain, France and Germany have joined forces to urge the United States to exempt European companies from any sanctions the U.S. will slap on Iran after pulling out of an international nuclear agreement."As close allies, we expect that the extraterritorial effects of U.S. secondary sanctions will not be enforced on EU entities and individuals, and the United States will thus respect our political decision and the good faith of economic operators within EU legal territory," a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.They also said that Iran should not be cut out of the SWIFT system for international money transfers.Najafi would not be drawn on exactly how much longer talks between the Europeans and Iran on salvaging the deal would last.
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