Dec 01, 2019 23:01 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Dec 08, 2019 16:39 Asia/Tehran]
  • The new EU foreign policy chief  Josep Borrell PHOTO: REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou/File Photo
    The new EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell PHOTO: REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou/File Photo

The new EU foreign policy chief stressed the need for comprehensive efforts to save the Iranian nuclear agreement 2015.

Iran Press/Europe: In an interview with Spain's El País newspaper published on Sunday, Joseph Burrell said that the European Union is keen on maintaining and surviving the Iranian nuclear agreement 2015 known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

The former Spanish foreign minister began his work as EU foreign policy chief.

Burrell urged all parties to do everything they can to keep the agreement alive.

He also emphasized the need for special policies in the European Union to counter the US President Donald Trump's challenging measures.

The six European countries made a joint statement on Friday, announcing their decision to become shareholders in the exchange and stressed their commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

France, Germany, and Britain welcomed the joining of six major European countries to INSTEX, a trade mechanism that allows Iranian and European companies to circumvent severe US sanctions against Tehran.

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