Iran would return to full compliance with the nuclear deal if it gets 15 billion dollars in oil sales over four months, a draft French plan to save the deal said. A senior Iranian official confirmed, the Fars news agency reported on Wednesday.
France has proposed to provide credit lines of about 15 billion dollars to Iran for oil sales by the end of the year to ensure oil revenues in return for Tehran’s return to full compliance with the nuclear deal in 2015, but offered depending on Washington’s opposition to it.
“Our return to full compliance with the nuclear deal is subject to 15 billion dollars over four months. If not, the process of reducing Iran’s commitments will continue”, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi was quoted as saying.