US Presidential Vote Not to Affect JCPOA

US Presidential Vote Not to Affect JCPOA

A deputy foreign minister underlined that the upcoming US presidential election will in no way affect last year's nuclear agreement between Tehran and the six world powers, namely the US, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany. "The nuclear agreement [known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] is the US international commitment, which has been confirmed by the UN Security Council and the upcoming presidential election in that country will in no way influence it," Majid Takht-Ravanchi said on Saturday, Fars News Agency reported. Takht-Ravanchi, who was a senior negotiator in the talks that resulted in the nuclear deal, stressed that JCPOA is the outcome of negotiations between seven countries and as a matter of fact it is not an agreement that can be changed by one party. US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said he would renegotiate the deal if elected president.

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