LONDON, November 19 (Reuters) – Britain’s Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt visits Iran for the first time on Monday for talks with the Iranian government on issues that include the future of nuclear power 2015, his office said in a statement. 19659002] In May, US President Donald Trump left the agreement, negotiated with five other world powers under the President of Democratic President Barack Obama, and earlier this month, the United States restored sanctions targeting Iran’s oil, banking and transport sectors.
“The nuclear power agreement in Iran is still an important part of stability in the Middle East by eliminating the threat of a nuclear weapon Iran. It needs 100 percent compliance to survive,” I said in a statement before the visit. “
” We are coming to stick to our side of the find as long as Iran does. But we must also see an end to destabilizing activities of Iran in the rest of the region if we will address the root causes of the challenges facing the region. “
Hunt will also discuss Iran’s role in the conflicts in Syria and Yemen, told its office and press Iran on its human rights record and demanded immediate release of detained British-Iranian double citizens where there are humanitarian reasons.  “I come to Iran with a clear message for the country’s leaders: putting innocent people in prison can not and must not be used as a tool for diplomatic influence,” he said. (Reporting by Kylie MacLellan; Editing Janet Lawrence)