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Iran: E.U. support of nuclear deal isn't enough
The European Union's energy minister, Miguel Arias Canete, met with Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, May 21. Zarif is reported to have told Canete that the E.U. needed to act faster to preserve their oil trade.
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