TEHRAN, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman on Monday urged the European parties to the Iranian 2015 landmark nuclear deal to remain committed to their promises pertaining to the accord.
The Europeans could not distinguish their promises from the U.S. pressures and "they have tied their vows to the U.S. demands," said Abbas Mousavi said at a weekly press conference.
He made remarks with reference to "impracticality" of the Europeans to safeguard Iran's economic interests under the nuclear deal in the face of U.S. sanction pressures.
Earlier, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that "those European countries which side with the United States over its sanctions on the Islamic republic cannot be trusted."
"Despite their promises, the Europeans have remained committed to the U.S. sanctions against Iran in practice and have not taken any action" in this regard, Khamenei said.