In a joint press conference, Tillerson argued that the U.S. decision about
whether to end the 2015 agreement will be based on a wider assessment of Iranian
behavior, including in Yemen and Syria, and not just on whether Tehran is
complying with the strict terms of the deal, Guardian reported on Thursday.
However, Johnson said, "We in the UK feel that Iran – a country of 80 million people, many of them young and potentially liberal – could be won over. I think it is important they see there are benefits from the JCPOA, so we in the UK want that alive.”
U.S. President Donald Trump resumed his attacks on the agreement on Thursday.
Trump claimed Iran had "violated so many different elements, but they’ve also violated the spirit of that deal”.