Int'l community restores lost balance in JCPOA: Ambassador
Vienna (IP) - Iran's envoy to the Vienna-based international organizations, outlined the country's stances on the new IAEA Director General's report on the verification of the implementation of the JCPOA in Iran.
Iran Press/ Europe: In a speech at the IAEA's Board of Governors meeting, Kazem Gharib Abadi said, "In the positions of various countries at this meeting of the Board of Governors on the JCPOA, there is a very clear point, which also has the broad support of the member states of the Agency, and that is the necessity to maintain this agreement."
Iran's ambassador stated that the root of the current situation is the unilateral withdrawal of the United States from the agreement and the threat of countries punishing corporations and banks that have sought cooperation with Iran. They should learn the necessary lessons and, based on past experience, compensate for damages and provide the basis for keeping the agreement.
"To this end, restoring the lost balance between the rights and responsibilities of all JCPOA parties is an urgent need," he said.
Iran has stated its readiness to return all remedy steps taken in accordance with articles 26 and 36 of this agreement, Gharibabadi added, noting the realization of this matter needs the practical mobilization of all capacities on the part of remaining member to the JCPOA.