German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in Bundestag that the Iran nuclear deal is the best way to address the concerns of Iran. She noted that “the question is whether you can talk better if you terminate an agreement or if you stay in it … we say you can talk better if you remain in it.”

Merkel admitted that the agreement “is everything other than ideal”. But she acknowledged that “Iran is, according to all the knowledge of the international nuclear authorities, sticking to the commitments of the agreement.”

Meanwhile, regarding the relationship with the US, Merkel said “despite all the difficulties that we have these days, the transatlantic relationship is and remains paramount.” “But these transatlantic relationships also must be able to deal with differences of opinion.”

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