Iran, Luxemburg stress observance of JCPOA

Iran, Luxemburg stress observance of JCPOA

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani and Luxembourg’s visiting Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn have laid emphasis on the need for all the parties to a multilateral nuclear deal between Iran and six other countries to comply with their contractual obligations.

President Rouhani and Asselborn stressed the importance of continued commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), on the part of the relevant parties during a meeting in the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Tuesday.

Iranian president said the JCPOA, as the agreement is officially known, was an accord devised and signed based on the “win-win” approach.

“Today, all should try to sustain this agreement,” President Rouhani said.

The Iranian chief executive also added that the Islamic Republic will keep honoring its commitments as per the agreement as long as the other parties keep honoring theirs.

Asselborn, who is in the Iranian capital at the head of a high-ranking political delegation, said his country supported the agreement as did the rest of the European Union (EU)’s members.

 “In a multilateral agreement, all should act on their obligations. Peace does not come about in the absence of multilateralism and a lack of care for multilateral agreements,” Luxembourg’s top diplomat said.

The JCPOA was reached between Iran on the one side, and the US, the UK, France, Germany, China, and Russia on the other. 

It is worthy to mention that Imam Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Republic frequently stressed to maintain amicable ties with nations on the principle of mutual respect.

Following the footsteps of the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Iran has followed an active foreign policy in the world by observing the national interests and interests of oppressed nations.




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