Int'l community hails Iran's aid to Afghanistan: Austrian envoy

Khorasan Razavi (IP) - Austria's Ambassador to Tehran says the international community praises Iran's aid to Afghanistan, including assistance for the transfer of Austrian citizens from Afghanistan.

Iran PressIran news: Meeting with the official in charge of the Khorasan Razavi Trade Chamber's international strategic supervision on Monday, Wolf Dietrich Heim said it was for more than 40 years that Iran was hosting Afghan migrants, preparing them with good supports. 

The Austrian ambassador expressed hope that the Vienna talks on the Jiont Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) would go well and the two countries' ties in different areas, especially trade and economic areas, shored up.  

After a five-month cease, the new round of talks of the JCPOA Joint Commission kicked off in Vienna to lift US sanctions against Iran.

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The meeting is underway at the level of Deputy Foreign Ministers and Political Directors of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the P4 + 1 Group, chaired by Iran's top negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani and Deputy Secretary-General of the European External Enrique Mora. 

Iran has entered Vienna talks with ‘serious will’ concerning sanction removal, Iranian diplomats say.

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, in an article published in IRNA on Monday, said that “Iran is serious, acts in good faith, and considers the practical and tangible result to be the removal of sanctions.”


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