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Iran dismisses European shift to cause nuclear offer dispute system

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DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran dismissed a final decision by European states to cause a dispute system in its nuclear deal with planet powers as a “passive” motion but said it was all set to consider any constructive work to conserve the accord.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran, as in the past, has complete readiness to aid any (act of) goodwill and constructive hard work to help you save this vital worldwide settlement,” Overseas Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said in a statement on the ministry’s web-site.

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