Southforward.com - Indonesia deplores the US government's stance on the country's withdrawal from the ongoing deal.
Reported from the CCN page, Wednesday 23/5/2018, Indonesia expects US-Iran nuclear agreement will continue.
This is considered to maintain stability in the Middle East. What's more, the US itself is threatening to impose economic sanctions on Iran if its 12 demands are not met.
"It is regrettable why the US can withdraw from the agreement" said President Jokowi.
As reported earlier, the US-Iran will undergo a nuclear agreement deal.
Iran itself rejects the demands filed by the US and says their country does not need to ask permission from any country to develop its country's defense system.