Non-US Parties Should Protect Iran’s Int’l Trade

“Relations between Iran and Russia go beyond the JCPOA. With or without this agreement, we will continue cooperating with Russia,” says the deputy foreign minister
Non-US Parties Should Protect Iran’s Int’l TradeNon-US Parties Should Protect Iran’s Int’l Trade

Iran is waiting to see whether Europe, Russia and China will be able to make up for Iran’s losses caused by the US exit from the nuclear deal in a way that its international trade is not disrupted, says a senior diplomat. 
“It is no secret that the JCPOA is not in a normal situation. The US has pulled out and sanctions will be reimposed. It is apparent that the equilibrium of this international agreement has been disturbed,” Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi told IRNA on Friday, in reference to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action signed between Iran and the six world powers in 2015. 
He made the comments after a meeting with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Ryabkov, in Moscow, in which the sides discussed the future of the nuclear accord after President Donald Trump ‘s said in May his country was pulling out of the landmark agreement . 


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