How did Iranians react to Trump's decision on the nuclear deal?

How did Iranians react to Trump's decision on the nuclear deal?

How did Iranians react to Trump's decision on the nuclear deal?

France's President Emmanuel Macron (L) talks to Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel at the end of the Charlemagne prize award ceremony on May 10, 2018 in Aachen, western Germany.

But it is now time for "Germany to draw up its response by June" on proposed European reforms, Macron said.

Merkel, the longest serving European Union leader, sometimes dubbed the "Queen of Europe", has demonstrated her personal esteem for Macron in agreeing to deliver the "laudation".

Macron is only now realizing that the two parties in the German governing coalition are weak, and that "they can even be seen as the [October election's] main losers", said a European diplomat.

Lagerfeld said in an interview with French weekly Le Point published today: 'Did she really need to say it was necessary to welcome one million migrants at a time when France, which casts itself as the land of human rights, pledged to take in 30,000?'.

What is clear is that Macron is unlikely to get far without Merkel.

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According to reports, Rouhani did not mention the Israeli strikes in his conversation with Merkel, nor in an earlier conversation he had had with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Last week's German budget plan - the first enacted by the SPD's Olaf Scholz, the new finance minister and vice chancellor - gave Macron a good idea of what to expect from Berlin.

President Hassan Rouhani warned Tuesday that Iran could restart enriching uranium "without any limitations" within weeks, after President Donald Trump pulled America out of the nuclear deal, though the Iranian leader said world powers still in the accord could potentially save the pact.

"This agreement remains important for our shared security".

"We have to take clear decisions", he said, and underlined that European Union member states, which have a desire for deeper political and economic integration, should move forward with their plans, without waiting for those who have been skeptical. The chancellor hinted that Trump's "America First" slogan and his frequent clashes with US allies across the Atlantic, was indicative of a wider schism in the western alliance.

Iranian lawmakers have set a paper US flag ablaze at parliament after President Donald Trump's nuclear deal pullout, shouting, "Death to America!" And I don't feel German either - I'm Hanseatic, ' he said, referring to the Hanseatic League of merchant guilds across northern Germany that emerged in the 13th century.

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