The urgent meeting will be chaired by the EU foreign policy service’s Secretary-General Helga Schmid [File: Leonhard Foeger/Reuters]

Representatives from the nations that are still parties to the Iran nuclear deal will meet on Sunday in Austria’s capital, to discuss to what extent the agreement can be salvaged, according to the European Union’s foreign policy service.

China, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, Germany and the EU representatives will “examine issues linked to the implementation of the [2015 nuclear accord] in all its aspects”, the EU statement said on Tuesday.

The urgent meeting in Vienna, which will be chaired by the EU foreign policy service’s Secretary-General Helga Schmid, was requested by France, Germany, the UK and Iran, it said.

The accord, which is formally

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