New York (IP)- Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, and his Irish counterpart, Simon Cavani, met on Wednesday on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly to discuss bilateral relations, cooperation, and the situation in Afghanistan.

Iran Press/America: Expressing satisfaction with his country's readiness to play a facilitator role in implementing Security Council Resolution 2231 during Trump's era, the Irish Foreign Minister stated that Ireland is now ready to take any action necessary to preserve and restore JCPOA.

Referring to the Nuclear Issue and lifting of sanctions as two main dimensions of JCPOA ( Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action), Cavani reiterated his country's commitment to these two dimensions and lamented Trump's actions that have led to the current situation. 

Amir-Abdollahian welcomed the imminent reopening of the Irish Embassy in Tehran, described the growth of relations between the two countries, but stressed the need to improve these relations. 

In the meeting, the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that the new Iranian government is committed to the Vienna talks. 

Amir-Abdollahian reminded and regretted the complete violation of the commitments by the United States and the inaction of Europe, emphasizing that achieving a logical result requires a change in the approach of the United States and Europe.

The two sides also discussed the latest situation in Afghanistan.


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