In Beijing on Sunday Zarif said he was hopeful of forging a "clear future design" for the deal to save it from collapse after US President Donald Trump withdrew from it on Tuesday.
Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Iranian nuclear deal and revive U.S. economic sanctions has alarmed the leaders of Britain, France and Germany who remain committed to the deal and who have significant trade ties with Teheran. But if it fails to qualify for an exception to the sanction this time around, Korea may have to stop importing oil from Iran and Korean businesses may not be allowed to settle accounts with their Iranian counterparts in Korean won.
The legitimate interests of each participant in the Iran nuclear deal are enshrined in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and the parties need to cooperate in upholding them, he said.
Before leaving, Zarif published a government statement on his Twitter page, slamming the "extremist administration" of US President Donald Trump for abandoning "an accord recognised as a victory of diplomacy by the worldwide community". Not only is it one of the USA companies making parts for Airbus, but it has also received big parts orders for oil and gas facilities in Iran. (The Israeli documents can be used to pressure Iran for additional access.) However, all inspections will end if the deal is junked.
"In the years since the deal was reached, Iran's military budget has grown by nearly 40 percent, while its economy is doing very badly", Trump said during the speech.More news: Markets Right Now: Tech leads stocks lower; bond yields rise
"The repeated attacks by the Zionist regime on Syrian territory were carried out under pretexts that were invented", he added.
Iran said it would remain committed to the deal without Washington if Tehran achieved its goals - namely being protected from sanctions against key sectors of its economy such as oil - in cooperation with other countries that have signed up to the agreement.
The pact's signing had been planned for long time, but the move coincides with the U.S. move to re-impose sanctions against Iran that have rattled United States allies.
Mr Le Drian has already described the U.S. sanctions as unacceptable, saying European business should not be required to pay for United States foreign policy decisions. The administration put out a statement outlining the benefits of the deal, such as breaking the united front against Iran that took place under President Barack Obama, the removal of global sanctions and recognition of Iran's nuclear program. There is another serious problem that may arise after the USA walks away from the Iran nuclear deal.
Now that the US sanctions are back, PSA says it is hoping for the European Union to adopt a common position on Iran.More news: Kiev Arrests Russian State News Director Over 'Information War' Against Ukraine
Bolton also highlighted the U.S.'s ability to resume sanctions against Iran now that they've pulled out of the nuclear deal - and suggested sanctions could be coming against the U.S.'s allies as well. "I think that will sink in, and we'll see what happens then".
Iran has said it had asked Europe's Airbus to announce whether it would go ahead with a plane deal with Tehran following the U.S. pull-out.
Riedel noted that the US was no longer playing the role it has traditionally occupied in the Middle East.
"At this point, we have to replace the United States, which as an worldwide actor has lost vigour, and because of it, in the long term, influence", he said.
In response to comments that the Rouhani administration should apologize to the people, the statement read that "the people who should apologize for their previous incorrect" positions are those who are not ready to tell us what the damage from sanctions were and what steps they took to prevent those damages.More news: Farenthold: Attorneys Don't Want Me To Repay Settlement