Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote in a Twitter message that the three European nations – Britain, France and Germany – have failed to meet their obligations under the nuclear deal after the United States left.
"The solution to this inability is: a comprehensive will to create an independent path, no parroting of America's absurd claims, and no incompatibility with a comprehensive action plan. There will be no new agreement before adhering to the current agreement."
In a joint statement on September 23, the three European countries called on Tehran to discuss its nuclear and missile programs and regional security issues.
The statement came after the meeting of French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the annual UN meeting.
"It is high time for Iran to adopt a long-term negotiating framework for its nuclear program as well as regional security issues, including missile programs," the statement said.
On May 8, 2018, US President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal of Washington from the Comprehensive Comprehensive Plan of Action (Brigham). The agreement limits Iran's nuclear activities and avoids unilateral US and UN Security Council and European Union sanctions on unilateral sanctions.
Following the intensification of the US government's anti-Iranian stance and Europe's failure to deliver on its promises and commitments, Iran's Supreme National Security Council issued a statement addressing member states on the occasion of the anniversary of the US withdrawal from the brokerage that Iran was committed to ensuring security and The national interests of the Iranian people, and in the exercise of their rights under Articles 26 and 36 of the Brjam, have ceased some of their actions in the Brjam Agreement.