Commenting on the issue of the agreement, which is known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Pence said that the European community should decide if it supports the United States or wants to remain in what he called a "deeply flawed" deal. The comment comes a day after UK Prime Minister Theresa May said during a meeting with US State Secretary Rex Tillerson that London remained committed to the agreement.
Speaking in Israel's parliament on Monday, Pence described the highly contested deal as a "disaster" and promised that the Trump administration would "never allow" Tehran to have "nuclear weapons."
The 2015 pact between Tehran and six world powers stipulated that anti-Iran sanctions would end if Tehran maintains the peaceful nature of its nuclear program.
Pence went on to say that the State Department will unveil the plan for the relocation of the US embassy to Jerusalem.
Benjamin Netanyahu's Post
Asked if he wanted to see Israel's Prime Minister re-elected, the US Vice President said he would back Netanyahu, but Israelis are to decide.
Netanyahu is under investigation for allegedly accepting gifts worth of hundreds of thousands of shekels and has faced criticism among Israelis, with thousands of people protesting across the country.