Iran to North Korea: Don’t Trust ‘Deal-Breaker-in-Chief’ Trump
While the G7 were busy fighting among themselves in Quebec—and unsuccessfully trying to appease the habitual Deal-Breaker-in-Chief—the #SCO Summit in Qingdao illustrated something altogether different: respectful cooperation among nations committed to multilateralism. https://t.co/Ae3w0uvQSM— Javad Zarif (@JZarif) 11. juni 2018
Singaporean Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan takes a selfie with Kim Jong Un in Singapore's Merlion Park. pic.twitter.com/QE2U6Q8lQl— Ankit Panda (@nktpnd) 11. juni 2018
In 2015, the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council — the US, UK, France, China and Russia — were joined by Germany and Iran in agreeing to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, better known as the Iran nuclear deal, which allowed inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Association to audit Iran's nuclear facilities and ensure compliance with uranium enrichment restrictions in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.