The Vice-President made this statement during his visit to Israel
Vice-President Mike Pence on Tuesday reiterated that the administration trump considers it necessary to change the international nuclear agreement with Iran, and said the decision to move the American Embassy to Jerusalem a tangible sign of U.S. commitment to the interests of Israel.
Meeting with President of Israel Reuven Rivlin, Penny noted that the United States serves its European allies signal the need for change concluded in 2015, the agreement, according to which Iran has removed some of the sanctions in exchange for suspending its nuclear program.
President Donald trump and the leaders of Israel complain that agreement, insisting that Iran got too much, not enough making instead.
Over the agreement with Iran, worked as negotiators from the United States, Britain, China, France, Russia and Germany. European leaders are in favour of the agreement and called for its effective, citing the findings of the International atomic energy Agency, which monitors compliance with agreements with Tehran.
The EU also supports the continuation of work towards a two-state resolution of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, in which Jerusalem will be the capital of both States.
The head of European diplomacy Federica Mogherini on Monday assured Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to commit to this position, while Pence on the same day said that the United States will move its Embassy to Jerusalem by the end of 2019.