The announcement of Friday's meeting came with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Europe to rally support for the deal. However, when asked whether he meant to make a threat, Rouhani declined to provide a clarification.
The opinion piece titled, "Is US President officially in charge of India's foreign policy now?" the publication questioned India's decision to make an effort to reduce oil imports from Iran. The U.S.is also pressing allies to cut out Iranian oil imports entirely by November 4.
"It seems they do not understand what they are saying when they say Iran will not be allowed to export even a single drop of oil, " Rouhani said in remarks aired by Iranian state television.
US President Donald Trump unilaterally pulled out of the agreement almost two months ago, to the ire of the other signatories - China, France, Germany, Britain and Russian Federation - which along with the European Union have continued to back the accord.
Japanese officials said last week, after USA diplomats pressed the country to cut back its purchases, that they were still deliberating.
Rouhani's European trip will be of "prime importance" as it could "provide a more precise picture of cooperation between Iran and Europe", the Iranian foreign ministry spokesman said at the weekend.
An Iranian lawmaker says the Islamic Republic is considering a plan to purchase goods only from countries that buy its oil.
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But he said it's unlikely that decrease could sustain itself as demand spikes, leading prices to rise by wintertime. Brent crude , the global oil benchmark, topped $80 a barrel on May 17, the highest level since November 2014.
Iran could reduce its co-operation with the United Nations nuclear watchdog, President Hassan Rouhani told the body's head on Wednesday (Jul 4), after he warned US President Donald Trump of "consequences" of fresh sanctions against Iranian oil sales.
An EU spokesperson said Brussels is in regular contact with Washington regarding the oil sanctions and stressed that "the EU remains fully committed to the nuclear deal and to the full and effective lifting of all nuclear-related sanctions on Iran". Tehran said its foreign minister would meet counterparts from US allies Britain, France and Germany, as well as Russian Federation and China, in Vienna on Friday to discuss ways of maintaining the nuclear deal. They have expressed strong disappointment at the US withdrawal.
"Iran will survive this round of US sanctions as it has survived them before".
During the meeting the ministers will discuss an "incentive package" the European Union is offering to try to persuade Iran to stay in the agreement, IRNA reported.
Switzerland - where significant parts of the pact known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action were negotiated - will work to ensure that future United States sanctions do not target any humanitarian goods, Bern said in a statement. But Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the European Union have vowed to keep the pact alive despite Washington's withdrawal.
The Iranian leader added that Iran will outlast the current American administration.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has pledged his country will stand firm against threats by the United States to halt Iranian oil shipments. But European officials acknowledge that USA sanctions make it hard to give Tehran guarantees.