A British journalist told to ILNA news agency that Iran never wants a nuclear deal to be destroyed. Even lowering its obligations does not mean that they want the agreement to be annihilated, they want to make other members of the agreement fulfill their obligations towards Tehran.
Speakind to ILNA, deborah Haynes added "None of the signatories of the consensus wants to eliminate it, and everyone emphasizes the need for a continued nuclear deal."
"By regarding Trump's pressures and withdrawal from the agreement; It is very difficult to fulfill the European obligations."
"On the other hand, I see the rise in tension between Iran and the United States as a factor in the failure of the European commitments to be fulfilled, and this is very important because Europe cannot be a good help for Iran because of increased tensions between Iran and the United States and the fear of the United States," she said.
British journalist refers to INSTEX system and said that it is hoped that the deal will be secured through an INSTEX continuation agreement. But in fact, this mechanism may not be able to compensate for the heavy US sanctions against Iran, because the US sanctions against Iran are very severe and I think it may not be possible to deal with these sanctions well.
INSTEX is a new European payment system for barter-based trade with Iran designed to circumvent U.S. sanctions imposed on Tehran.
Deborah Haynes is a British journalist, currently working for Sky News as their Foreign Affairs editor. She is best known for her work as defence editor for The Times as well as documenting the dangers Iraqi interpreters have faced since British troops withdrew from Iraq.