Araqchi Discusses Oil Exports, Nuclear Deal in New Delhi

Araqchi Discusses Oil Exports, Nuclear Deal in New DelhiAraqchi Discusses Oil Exports, Nuclear Deal in New Delhi
India’s Ministry of External Affairs issued a statement saying that the two sides reviewed and positively assessed the progress in the implementation of decisions in regard to strengthening trade and economic cooperation and promoting people-to-people con

There is a will on the part of India to help save the Iran nuclear deal following the United States’ unilateral withdrawal, a senior diplomat said Monday, adding that New Delhi is willing to continue importing Iranian crude.  
“India is determined to help save the JCPOA,” Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi told IRNA in reference to the 2015 nuclear accord signed between Tehran and world powers, which is formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. 
The official made the remark after meeting with high-ranking officials in New Delhi, where he attended the 15th round of Foreign Office Consultations between the two countries, which on the Indian side was led by Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale. Araqchi also held talks with the Minister of State for External Affairs M.J. Akbar.  


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