Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif sought further talks after failing to win any concrete assurance to help tackle the US threat of economic sanctions over its nuclear program.
Washington's decision to withdraw from the agreement and reimpose sanctions infuriated its allies in Europe as well as China and Russian Federation.
European firms, especially those from France and Germany, rushed to invest in Iran following the 2015 accord, under which Tehran agreed to freeze its nuclear program in return for an end to punishing worldwide sanctions.
The Iran Deal has always been a target for President Trump, who relishes in disassembling every piece of his predecessor's legacy.
"We could have pushed the Europeans a lot harder, to work with us", Gates said on "Face the Nation". It was widely believed to have been a successful piece of global diplomacy at the time, but Trump repeatedly referred to the deal as being the "worst ever" during his election rallies, pointing out that it made no mention of the Iranian ballistic program or the overall influence Iran exerted in the Middle East.
Wang Yi meets Javad Zarif on May 13. No regime loyalists would dare say it, especially to an American reporter, but Iranians are furious with their own government's failure to deliver basics like electricity, water and decent wages. "We are certain that today China is by our side".
Mogherini says she has been reassured about Iran's intentions by the declarations of President Hassan Rouhani.
The worldwide community has never recognized the annexation and regards the Golan Heights as Israeli-occupied territory.
According to him, the possible sanctions against companies that conduct business with Iran. But not anymore!,' Trump tweeted on Saturday night.
Mogherini said Friday that "our determination is to keep this agreement in place".
Changing the regime in Iran is "not the policy of the administration", Bolton said on ABC.
Tehran, which has sought to avoid an escalation in regional conflict that could alienate its European partners, has not commented on whether its forces were hit.
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On Thursday, Israel claimed it had struck nearly all of Iran's military capabilities in Syria after the rocket attack on the Golan Heights, which Israel annexed in 1981. But the White House has repeatedly claimed the strikes targeted "Israeli citizens".
Reacting to the decision by President Donald Trump to pull-out of the nuclear deal, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei described the move as "silly", "impudent" and "worthless".
"Since the signing of the JCPOA (nuclear deal), we have gone from an atmosphere like a gold rush, to one of utter depression", said a Western trade diplomat on condition of anonymity.
"We are gonna work with all of the Europeans. If the European Union leans towards accommodating the U.S., all the progress we have made since 2015 will be lost".
Tehran has warned it is prepared to resume "industrial-scale" uranium enrichment "without any restrictions" unless Europe can provide solid guarantees that it can maintain the economic benefits it gained from the nuclear agreement despite the United States reimposing sanctions.
"That s what we are going to do and I will be hard at it with the Europeans in the next several days", said the top United States diplomat.
"We have to be realistic about the electrified rail, the live wire of American extraterritoriality and how (it) can serve as a deterrent to business", Johnson told reporters.
The sentiment was echoed on the streets.
"Officials shouldn't trust France and Britain".
"In the end, the size of the US market dwarfs any prospect of any benefit they can get from Iran", Maloney said.
It said the JCPOA represents a very good example of a negotiated settlement of complex issues, through dialogue and diplomacy.
He rejected an idea of compensating German companies who lose Iranian business due to new sanctions, and companies themselves must make "whichever decision is right in their individual cases" in continuing business with Iran.