Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Thursday that Iranians are not happy with the nuclear deal.

Iranian  Deputy of Foreign minister Abbas Araghchi, who is on a trip to the UK, in an interview with press PressTV stressed the fact that JCPOA is not  successful deal for Iran thanks to US violation of the deal as well as negative atmosphere of uncertainty and confusion made by Trump. This in  turn could undermine Ira's ability to benefit from sanction lifting , he added.

Further more, Araghchi went on to urge the change in the overall situation He  also emphasized the European address of this very concern so that Iran should be satisfied with the implementation of JCPOA and there fore the Europeans should try so hard to save JCPOA in  Tehran  as well as the same effort in Washington. At this point he once again warned that Iran is not satisfied with the Issue for Its expectations have not been met. He urged all sides to do their commitments in a very positive and constructive atmosphere according to what has been demanded in JCPOA.

Stressing that there has been some openings regarding Iran's economic cooperation with the other nations, he put blame on US for destroying the atmosphere needed for these types of cooperation and called it as the factor which could put JCPOA at risk.

Talking about the main role of the European to pave the ground for US remaining in the deal as well for its complete implementation of the deal, He also mentioned Russia and china as the countries with Iran has very close contacts and relations. He also said that Iran is following its preferences in the joint commission and sanction working groups. At the end he expressed hope that other sides of the deal will act to the terms of  the deal.


The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), known commonly as the Iran deal or Iran nuclear deal, is an international agreement on the nuclear program of Iran reached in Vienna on 14 July 2015 between Iran, the P5+1 .

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed Iran compliance with the (JCPOA) nine times,