If Iran needs a peaceful nuclear programme, they could import the material, he added.
Since the Trump's decisions all signatory countries vigorously lobbied Donald trump and its withdrawal including James Mattis, who condemns Trump for withdrawal from JCPOA and asserted that such boisterous decision would give Iran an opportunity to ramp up its nuclear weapon program and it could lead to war in the future. The Iran nuclear deal was signed between six countries in 2015 - Iran, US, Britain, Germany, Russia, France and China for lifting economic sanctions on Tehran in exchange for limitations to the country's nuclear programme.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's remark on Tehran's right to uranium enrichment is inadmissible.
Iranian officials have said they expect a package of this kind to be presented by the end of May.
"That is why we will continue to respect this agreement", she added, saying some European companies would ultimately pull out of Iran due to USA sanctions.
He went on: "We welcome the efforts of Iran and Europe to preserve this deal, while understanding that it will be hard". "I am trying my best to come to a conclusion", he said. "The Plan B has just started to be figured out".
European measures would need to ensure that oil exports did not halt, and that Iran would still have access to the SWIFT global bank payments messaging system, he said. Rather, the 12 demands, along with the threat of economic sanctions, are part of Washington's aggressive negotiation strategy and are meant to increase Tehran's fears that regime change might eventually occur.
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In his first major foreign-policy address since taking office in April, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo articulated the Trump administration's new policy regarding Iran, which demands that the country halt its ballistic-missile program, provide access to military bases for inspection, and end its belligerent activities in the region and overseas.
"We have now a deal which is in the intensive care unit, it's dying", he said.
"Iran will resume halted nuclear activities if Europe fails to provide guarantees", Ayatollah Khamenei said, a week after the EU said that it would act to protect the interests of EU companies investing in Iran as part of the European bloc's continued commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Khamenei rejected any new negotiations over Iran's ballistic missile program or its regional activities.
The foreign minister held meetings with Chinese and Russian officials in Beijing and Moscow and then traveled to Brussels for talks with the European parties to the JCPOA.
Iran has so far benefited less from the accord than it had initially hoped, partly because of remaining USA sanctions that have deterred major Western investors from doing business with Tehran. Some Western companies have already quit Iran or said they may have to leave because of the new US sanctions.
French President Emmanuel Macron that France, Germany and the United Kingdom "regret the American decision to exit the Iran nuclear accord". With the re-imposition of such sanctions, Iran will no longer have any incentive to stick to its part of the nuclear deal. The IAEA's director general, Yukiya Amano, briefed participants before Friday's meeting.