A handout picture provided by Iranian Supreme Leader's Office shows, Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei speaking during a meeting with members of the Iranian government in Tehran on May 23 2018. "AFP PHOTO / IRANIAN SUPREME LEADER'S OFFICE"
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Following Washington's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, the Islamic republic's supreme leader has laid out his country's conditions for upholding its side of the landmark accord with world powers.The following excerpts from an address by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to Iranian officials, published on Thursday, outline Iran's demands of Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany if the deal is to survive:U.S. President Donald Trump triggered fears for Iran's economy earlier this month when he pulled his country from the 2015 deal.Khamenei has said Iran could resume its uranium enrichment up to 20 percent should the deal collapse.
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