U.S. President Donald Trump has agreed to issue a waiver on key Iran sanctions but has warned that this is the final time he'll hold off on upending the nuclear deal.
The waiver he will sign suspends U.S. sanctions on Tehran for another 120 days.
In a statement released on Friday, President Trump called on European partners to join with the U.S. in fixing "significant flaws" in the Iran Nuclear Agreement, also countering Iranian aggression, and supporting the Iranian people.
If not, President Trump said he will terminate the deal.
Iran's Foreign Minister said Trump's statement it was a "desperate attempt" to undermine a "solid" deal.